Author(s)Tan, S Y
Double Effect Principle
Euthanasia/legislation & jurisprudence
Health Care Rationing/economics/legislation & jurisprudence
Living Wills/legislation & jurisprudence
Right to Die/legislation & jurisprudence
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AbstractBioethical issues that deal with medical decisions at the end of life are as interesting as they are contentious. Daily, we confront questions of health care rationing, medical futility, euthanasia, or the use of advanced directives and ethics committees. There is present-day mainstream thinking on these bioethical themes and more important, under-emphasized and controversial aspects of dying in America.