Arnold Williams (notebuyer) wrote,
Arnold Williams
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Medical Ethics, and other contradictions

The New York Times has an article on advance directives that highlights the "starve me even if I want to be fed" aspect of current law.

It is fascinating that this isn't a crime. But evidently, as long as a hospice nurse is in the facility, the coroner won't enquire too closely.
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