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  1. Unreasonable Means: Proposing A New Category for Catholic End-of-Life Ethics.Daniel J. Daly - 2013 - Christian Bioethics 19 (1):40-59.
    Catholic end-of-life ethics does not contain a principle that prohibits the excessive use of medical treatment for declining and dying patients. This article fills this lacuna by exploring and developing the principle of unreasonable means. Unreasonable means are present when the burdens to the patient and community far outpace the benefits to the patient and when the use of such means directly or indirectly limits another patient’s access to ordinary means. Unreasonable means reinforce the redistribution of limited medical resources from (...)
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