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Dissecting the Charlie Gard Case

By Norman L. Cantor             The judicial decision to allow mechanical life support to be removed from the British infant, Charlie Gard, has been roundly condemned by some sources.  The infant’s distraught mother lamented that the parents had been allowed … Continue reading

Source: Bill of Health, examining the intersection of law and health care, biotech & bioethics.

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