Through the valley of shadows: living wills, intensive care, and making medicine human

New York: Oxford University Press (2016)
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Abstract

A culture in crisis -- The rise of the living will -- Empirical and ethical problems with living wills -- Living wills don't make decisions : human beings do -- The barbaric life of the ICU -- Life after the ICU -- Reform : the current state of the art -- Healing the intensive care unit.

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