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The United States Bishops' Committee Statement on Nutrition and Hydration Commentary

  • Laurence J. O'Connell (a1), Ronald E. Cranford (a2), T. Patrick Hill (a3) and Roberta Springer Loewy (a4)



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page 442 note 1 U.S. Bishops' Committee for Pro-Life Activities. Nutrition and hydration: moral and pastoral reflections. Origins 1992;21(44):705–12

page 446 note 1 Guidelines on the termination of life-sustaining treatment and the care of the dying. Briarcliff Manor, New York: Hastings Center, 1987.

page 446 note 2 Levin, HS, Saydjari, C, Eisenberg, HM. Vegetative state after closed-head injury: a traumatic coma data bank report. Archives of Neurology 1991;48:580–5.

page 449 note 1 Devine, RJ. The amicus curiae brief: public policy versus personal freedom. AMERICA 1989 04. 8:323–34.

page 449 note 2 See note 1. Devine, , 1989 Apr 8:324.

page 449 note 3 Callahan, D. Setting Limits. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1989:179.

page 452 note 1 Dewey, J. Characters and Events: Popular Essays in Social and Political Philosophy. New York: Octagon Books, 1970 (reprinted from 1929):549.

page 452 note 2 Kant, I. Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals [Translated by Beck, Lewis White]. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1978:17.

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