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The Terri Schiavo case was a right-to-die legal case in the Uni...

wikipedia - 15 Sep 2016
The Terri Schiavo case was a right-to-die legal case in the United States from 1990 to 2005, involving Theresa Marie "Terri" Schiavo, a woman in an irreversible persistent vegetative state. Schiavo's husband and legal guardian argued that Schiavo would not have wanted prolonged artificial life support without the prospect of recovery, and elected to remove her feeding tube. Schiavo's parents argued in favor of continuing artificial nutrition and hydration and challenged Schiavo's medical diagnosis. T
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There's a surprisingly rich debate about how to define death

Vox - 06 Aug 2018
Over the past few decades, other cases — like those of Terri Schiavo, Nancy Cruzan, Karen Ann Quinlan, and Marlise Muñoz — have sparked similar national debates about what rights an unresponsive person has, what rights their families have, and what a ...
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Court approves starving brain-injured to death

WND.com - 04 Aug 2018
The decision aligns with the results in the Terri Schiavo case more than a decade ago in the United States. A court determined Schiavo, who suffered brain injuries in a still-unexplained collapse in her home, could be deprived of food and water.
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More Myths of Terri Schiavo

Discovery Institute - 02 Feb 2018
The myths about the Terri Schiavo case are repeated so often, it can be a futile effort to keep the story straight. One such myth is that the family somehow edited videos of Terri to make it appear falsely that she was conscious. The latest example of ...
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More Falsehoods About Terri Schiavo's Family

National Review - 29 Jan 2018
The myths about the Terri Schiavo case are repeated so often, it can be a futile effort to keep the story straight. One such myth is that the family somehow edited videos of Terri to make it appear falsely that she was conscious. The latest example of ...
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A look back: The Terri Schiavo case

CBS News - 31 Mar 2016
In 1990, 26-year-old Terri Schiavo fell into a persistent vegetative state after suffering cardiac arrest. A fierce highly public battle took place between her parents, Robert and Mary Schindler, and her husband, Michael Schiavo, who wanted to ...
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France's 'Terri Schiavo' gains a reprieve

Lifesite - 23 Apr 2018
France's “Terri Schiavo”, whose feeding tube was supposed to been pulled a few days ago because a doctor, Vincent Sanchez of the University Hospital of Reims, north of Paris, had decided that feeding him was equivalent to “therapeutic obstinacy”, has ...
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This Is What Medical Authoritarianism Looks Like

National Review - 13 Apr 2018
The Alfie Evans saga continues to roil the U.K., and it is increasingly looking like the Terri Schiavo case. One huge difference: Instead of an abandoning husband embroiled in a life and death struggle with a blood family — as in Terri's situation ...
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How Terri Schiavo Shaped the Right-to-Die Movement

TIME - 31 Mar 2015
Schiavo's case languished inside courtrooms for years. Jeb Bush, who was Florida's governor at the time and is now a likely 2016 Republican presidential candidate, signed “Terri's Law” in 2003 to reinsert her feeding tube after courts had ordered it ...
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From Private Ordeal to National Fight: The Case of Terri Schiavo

New York Times - 21 Apr 2014
Her surname in Italian means “slave,” and is pronounced skee-AH-vo. Grim as it may be, the word could apply to Theresa Marie Schiavo, even with its Americanized pronunciation: SHY-vo. For 15 years, Terri Schiavo was effectively a slave — slave to an ...

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