Artificial Nutrition and Hydration

Artificial Nutrition and Hydration: The New Catholic Debate

English | 2007 | ISBN: 1402062060 | PDF | 233 Pages | 4.1 mb

Pope John Paul II surprised much of the medical world in 2004 with his strongly worded statement insisting that patients in a persistent vegetative state should be provided with nutrition and hydration. This collection of essays featuring some of the most prominent Catholic bioethicists addresses the Pope's statements, the moral issues surrounding artificial feeding and hydration, the refusal of treatment, and the ethics of care for those at the end of life.


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