Brigham Young Law Review
The article compares the benefits and disadvantages that each institutional approach, that of statutory law, courts, and hospital ethics consultants, brings to medical-futility disputes. Topics discussed include social and legal responses to conflicts about dying, conflicting values central to contemporary medial ethics, and value of autonomous patient choice.
Janet L. Dolgin,
Medical Disputes and Conflicting Values: Is There a “Right to Die” Later?, 2020 BYU L Rev. 95
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