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*Addington v. Texas. 441 US 418 (1979).

*AMA(1); Council on Scientific Affairs and Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs: Persistent vegetative state and the decision to withdraw or withhold life support. JAMA 1990; 263:426-30.

*AMA(2); Office of the General Counsel, Orentlicher D: The right to die after Cruzan. JAMA 1990; 264:2444-46.

*AMA, Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs, American Medical Association: AMA ethical opinion 2.20: Withholding or withdrawing life-prolonging medical treatment. Curr Opin 1989; 13.

*Brody BA: Ethical questions raised by the persistent vegetative atate patient. Hast Cent Rep 1988; 18(1):330.

*Callahan D: Setting limits: Ethics and resource allocation. In Lumb PD; Shoemaker WC: Critical Care: State of the Art. 1990.

*Carton R: The road to euthanasia. JAMA 1990; 263:2221.

*Cotton P: Providers to advise of "medical Miranda." JAMA 1991; 265:306.

*Cranford RE: The persistent vegetative state: The medical reality (getting the facts straight). Hast Cent Rep 1988; 18(1):27.

*Cruzan by Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Dept. of Health. 497 US 261, 110 S Ct 2841 (1990).

*Cruzan v. Harmon, 760 SW2d 408 (Mo, 1988)

*Dougherty CJ: Ethical perspectives on cost containment. Hast Cent Rep 1989; 19(1):5.

*Fosmire v. Nicoleau. 551 NE2d 77 (NY 1990).

*Kane EI: Keeping Elizabeth Bouvia alive for the public good. Hast Cent Rep 1985; 15(6):5.

*McVey v. Englewood Hospital Association. 216 NJ Super 502, 524 A2d 450 (1987).

*Medawar PB: The threat and the glory: Reflections on science and scientists. Quoted in Perutz MF: High on science, NY Rev Books, 1990 Aug 16; 37(13):12.

*Miller DH: Right to die damage actions. Denver L Rev 1988; 65:184.

*Mishkin DB: You don't need a judge to terminate treatment. J Intensive Care Med 1990; 5(5):5201-4.

*Murphy DJ; Matchar DB: Life-sustaining therapy: A model for appropriate use. JAMA 1990; 264:2103-8.

*Ohio v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health. 110 S Ct 2972 (1990).

*Orentlicher D: Advance medical directives. JAMA 1990; 263:2365.

*Powerly KE; Smith E: The impact of DRGs on health care workers and their clients. Hast Cent Rep 1989; 19(1):16.

Richards EP: Ethical considerations in non-judicial termination of life-support decisions. J Intensive Care Med 1990; 5(5):193-96.

Richards EP: Making sense of Cruzan: Implications of the Supreme Court's right to die decision. J Intensive Care Med 1990; 5(6):241-45.

*Santosky v. Kramer. 455 US 745, 755 (1982).

*Veatch RM: Justice and the economics of terminal illness. Hast Cent Rep 1988; 18(4):34.

*Weir RF; Gostin L: Decisions to abate life-sustaining treatment for Nonautonomous patients: Ethical standards and legal liability for physicians after Cruzan. JAMA 1990; 264:1846-153.

*Wikler D: Not dead, not dying? Ethical categories and persistent vegetative state. Hast Cent Rep 1988; 18(1):41.

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