Brainstem Death Is Dead. Long Live Brainstem Death!

American Journal of Bioethics 24 (1):114-116 (2024)
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When we consider some controversies among scholars about whether brainstem death is death, we should clearly identify what the controversy is about. Is it about whether the brainstem dead can be ca...

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