The Messiha and Schiavo cases: third-party ethical and legal interventions in futile care disputes
• Relatives may increasingly demand that an incompetent patient's treatment be continued indefinitely, despite clinical advice that it is technically "futile" (offering no reasonable prospect of return to a meaningful quality of life). Third-party inter
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