Tag: Terri Schiavo

Blog Posts (3)

March 31, 2015

Terri Schiavo: Ten Years Later

by Craig Klugman, Ph.D.

Today acknowledges the tenth anniversary since the final death of Terri Schiavo. Her feeding tube was removed on March 18 and her body took its last breath on March 31, 2005.…

April 2, 2010

Five Years After Schiavo--Looking Back, Looking Forward

As you may have read here on bioethics.net this week, the headline from MSNBC read “5 Years After Schiavo, Few Make End-of-Life Plans.” What the headline really means, of course, is that following this landmark case that was so influential, not only in the world of bioethics, but also in the halls of Congress and that resonated throughout the nation, nothing has changed in terms of the number of people who are filling out advance directives.…

December 5, 2009

Apples, Oranges, and Comas by Art Caplan

Wesley Smith has a new column out,
in which he inappropriately uses the case in Belgium of Rom Houben to argue that somehow Terri Schiavo should not have
been permitted to have her feeding tube removed.…

Published Articles (1)

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 5 Issue 2 - Mar 2005

Dying for Food