Justified Limits on Refusing Intervention

Hastings Center Report 21 (2):12-18 (1991)
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Abstract

Physicians may justifiably limit patients' refusals of medical interventions when the refusal is based on a negative right to noninterference coupled with a request for an unreasonable alternative.

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Laurence McCullough
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