Living Wills, Autonomy, and Unintended Death
NEWSLETTERS ON THE BLACK EXPERIENCE, COMPUTER USE, FEMINISM, LAW, MEDICINE, TEACHING (APA) 1991 Fall; 90(3): 41-45
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Stone, Jim (1994-07)This paper argues that living wills are typically nebulous and confused documents that do not effectively enable you to determine your future treatment. Worse, signing a living will can end your life in ways you never intended, ...
An Act Relating to Wills and Succession; Expressing Legislative Purpose; Providing for a Death With Dignity Act; Defining Terms; Establishing Procedures and Forms for Executing and Withdrawing Living Wills Providing for Termination of Artificial Life-Sustained Procedures; ... and Providing Effective Date Unknown author (Oklahoma. Legislature. House, 1977)