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Medical Futility Case from 1775

At 80 years of age, Samuel Whittemore joined an early skirmish in the American Revolution.  He shot three British soldiers.  Whittemore then drew his sword and attacked.

But things did not go well.  He was shot in the face, bayoneted nu…

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