Assisted Death-a Compassionate Response to a Medical Failure
NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 1992 November 5; 327(19): 1384-1388
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Brody, Howard (1992-11-05)I argue here that an adjudication of assisted death might follow from viewing it as a compassionate response to one sort of medical failure, rather than as something to be prohibited outright or as something to be ...
Gingrich, Richard A.; Lynn, Joanne; Lefrak, Stephen S.; Di Maio, Vincent J.M.; White, Debra; Orr, Robert D.; King, Steven A.; Bader, Max; Quill, Timothy E.; Cassel, Christine K.; Meier, Diane E.; Brody, Howard (1993-04-01)
Miller, Franklin G.; Quill, Timothy E.; Brody, Howard; Fletcher, John C.; Gostin, Lawrence O.; Meier, Diane E. (1994-07-14)CONCLUSIONS: The ethical norms of relieving suffering and respecting patients' rights to self-determination support the permissibility of voluntary physician-assisted death as a last resort for terminally or incurably ...