‘Living wills’ need to be completely clear, rules judge – Daily Telegraph

Posted May 2nd, 2012 in assisted suicide, Court of Protection, medical ethics, news, wills by sally

“‘Living wills’ that stipulate exactly how a person wants to die should be drawn up with absolute clarity, a judge has ruled after concluding a 67-year-old man with motor neurone disease had made a ‘valid decision’ to refuse treatment.”

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Daily Telegraph, 1st May 2012

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk