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Honing the Emerging Right to Stop Eating and Drinking

By Norman L. Cantor      A stricken medical patient has a well-established right to reject life-extending medical interventions.  A person afflicted with pulmonary disease is entitled to reject a respirator, a person with kidney dysfunction can reject dialysis, and a … Continue reading

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