Thomas D. Harter

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COMMENTARY and hydration necessarily causes hunger, thirst, or pain and suffering. However, this belief is not accurate for dying patients or patients with advanced dementia. Several medical studies and commentaries prior to the Court's ruling not only showed how forgoing medically supplied nutrition and hydration in dying patients does not cause thirst or(More)
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