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02/11/2018

Addressing Demands for Medically Futile Measures: Objective and Subjective Policy Standards

Law student Hayley White has just published “Addressing Demands for Medically Futile Measures: Objective and Subjective Policy Standards” in the Journal of Health & Life Sciences Law.


“This Brief Insight will discuss the implications and shortcomings of the Unilateral Health Care Decisions Act and the Texas Advance Directives Act, which emphasizes the importance of creating clear procedures that are both objective and subjective so that treatment that may be inappropriate given the patient’s condition and prognosis can be adjusted and dealt with in an organized and systematic way.”

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