20 May 2011 Who makes end-of-life decisions, family, or doctors? Ontario court to decide
Posted at 15:09h in Euthanasia, Family 0 Comments
TORONTO, Ontario, May 19, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The question of whether end-of-life decisions, such as whether or not to withdraw life-support, should be made at the discretion of a doctor or family members is at stake in the Rasouli case, taken before Ontario’s Court of Appeal yesterday. The court’s decision could dramatically change how these important decisions are made in the province in cases such as the much-publicized Baby Joseph case. Keep reading
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