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  • Husband Sues Over Pregnant Wife's "Life Support"
  • 1/16/2014
  • (CN) - A Texas paramedic sued a hospital today demanding that his pregnant wife be removed from life support, claiming she is brain-dead and rejected such treatment. Erick Munoz sued John Peter Smith Hospital as husband and next friend of "Marlise Munoz, deceased," in Tarrant County Court.
  • Doctor Orders Food & Water Pulled From ‘France's Terri Schiavo'
  • 1/15/2014
  • (LifeSiteNews.com) - On Saturday, the head of the geriatric division of the University Hospital of Reims, Dr. Eric Kariger, ordered that food and fluid tubes be pulled from Vincent Lambert, who is known by pro-life advocates who are supporting his parents in their fight to save his life as "France's Terri Schiavo."
  • Court Imposes Assisted Suicide in New Mexico
  • 1/14/2014
  • (LifeNews.com) - If you ever wonder why there are so many radical and extreme lawsuits, wonder no more. As I have often said about a variety of issues, it only takes one judge to break down the walls of democratic governance and impose an ideological view.
  • Did Ariel Sharon Die Today or Eight Years Ago?
  • 1/13/2014
  • (NRO) - Former Israel Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has died. But according to some bioethicists who push Personhood Theory, he actually died eight years ago when a stroke put him into a permanently unconscious state.
  • Attorney Fires Back At Medical Ethics Critics
  • 1/11/2014
  • (LA Times) - The attorney who successfully fought in court to keep 13-year-old Jahi McMath on a ventilator at an Oakland hospital for weeks after she was declared brain dead defended his actions this week, calling the case a fight for family rights.
  • Long Journey Back From Brain Injury
  • 1/10/2014
  • (nelsonmail.co.nz) - Mark Thomas' life came crashing to a halt in 2006 after he "smashed his head" into a microwave-sized rock while mountainbiking downhill. He suffered a serious head injury and had to learn to walk and talk again.
  • Remember the Humanity of Jahi McMath
  • 1/07/2014
  • As in the case of Terri Schiavo, people with severe brain injuries are treated like second class citizens, often being denied the treatment, care, and love that their humanity demands
  • Faceless Hospital Board Relents: Jahi McMath Can Continue Her Fight for Life
  • 1/06/2014
  • Ominous case is only the latest example of government and hospital boards taking private medical decisions away from families
  • Jahi Released From Hospital, Hailed as Victory by Family
  • 1/06/2014
  • (LA Times) - The release of 13-year-old Jahi McMath's body from an Oakland hospital Sunday night is being hailed as a victory by her family and their attorney.
  • Jahi Mcmath's Family: We Want to Help the Girl, Not 'Play God'
  • 1/05/2014
  • (LA Times) - Two days after an agreement was reached to move 13-year-old Jahi McMath from an Oakland hospital, it remains unclear where the brain-dead girl will end up.