Bioethical Issues Concerning Death: Death, Dying, and End‐of‐Life Rights

@article{Porter2005BioethicalIC,
  title={Bioethical Issues Concerning Death: Death, Dying, and End‐of‐Life Rights},
  author={Theresa Porter and P Johnson and Nancy A. Warren},
  journal={Critical Care Nursing Quarterly},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={85-92}
}
Ethical issues about death, dying, and a person's right to make end-of-life decisions have become one of the most legally complex and culturally sensitive areas to emerge in our time. Sensitive issues associated with a terminally ill individual's right to make end-of-life decisions and the disposition of those who are unable to make such decisions for themselves will keep healthcare professionals, medical ethicists, counselors, families, lawyers, judges, and legislators busy for years to come… 

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