Question of the Month

November 01, 2003

In the case of Terri Schiavo, a Florida law ordered the reconnection of the feeding tubes that keep her alive.

If you were in a persistent vegetative state like that of Ms. Schiavo, would you want to be kept alive indefinitely? And who would you want to decide when treatment should stop?

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