The Case of Mr. Sims
Thobaben, James R.
HEC (HealthCare Ethics Committee) Forum. 1995 Mar-May; 7(2-3): 94-109.
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A United Methodist Approach to End-of-Life Decisions: Intentional Ambiguity or Ambiguous Intentions Thobaben, James R. (1997-12)The position of the United Methodist Church on end-of-life decisions is best described as intentional ambiguity or ambiguous intentions or both. The paper analyzes the official position of the denomination and then considers ...