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Yuill, Kevin (2015)
Publisher: Brendan O'Neill
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: sub_law, sub_historyandpolitics, sub_biomedicalsciences

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mesheuropmc: health care economics and organizations, humanities, social sciences
The recent court case of 'C', a 54-year old woman who chose not to undergo dialysis and subsequently died, indicates that the court does not really believe in an individual’s right to act upon a private preference without subjecting him or her to judicial scrutiny. No competent person should need permission to die, and nor should their reasons be questioned by any court.
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