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|1.1||Show/Hide More||Uniform Determination of Death Act|
|1.2||Show/Hide More||In re TACP (Fla. 1992)|
|1.4||Show/Hide More||Robert Truog, "Is it Time to Abandon Brain Death?"|
|3.3||Show/Hide More||Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health|
|4||Show/Hide More||D. Tort Liability for Failure to Comply with Patient and/or Surrogate Wishes|
|5.2||Show/Hide More||Vacco v. Quill|
Do terminally ill patients who are not dependent on life-sustaining medical treatment have an equal protection argument against a state's ban on physician aid-in-dying?
Is there a legally significant difference between withdrawing treatment and providing active assistance in death?
May 03, 2016
Nadia N. Sawicki
Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy
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