Necessity and Death: Lessons From Latimer and the Case of the Conjoined Twins
Trotter, Gary T.
Alberta Law Review 2003 April; 40(4): 817-840
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Head-Counting vs. Heart-Counting: An Examination of the Recent Case of the Conjoined Twins From Malta Barilan, Y. Michael (2002-09)This paper reexamines the recent case of the conjoined twins from Malta. Survival was said to be possible only through separation, which would actually leave only one twin alive. The parents refused to allow the killing ...
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