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Living Will: Accepting death on your terms

Supreme Court has now allowed individuals to refuse unwanted treatment when there's no chance of survival by making a Living Will

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Living Will Passive Euthanasia

Tinesh Bhasin 



Passive euthanasia gets a lifeline from govt

The Supreme Court recently said people have the right to die with dignity. It recognised patients’ right to refuse treatment when there is no chance of survival by drafting a ‘living will', specifying that they should not be put on life support if in coma, incapacitated or vegetative state.

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First Published: Mon, April 16 2018. 23:53 IST

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