Author: Peter C. Harman

‘Locked-In’ to Their Decisions: Investigating How the States Govern Revocation of Advance Directives and How Three States Make Revocation Impossible for People with Locked-In Syndrome

‘Locked-In’ to Their Decisions: Investigating How the States Govern Revocation of Advance Directives and How Three States Make Revocation Impossible for People with Locked-In Syndrome

The statutes governing revocation of advance directives in Colorado, Maryland, and Tennessee discriminate against locked-in patients and must be changed.  If those statutes are not changed, a person with locked-in syndrome in one of those states may not be able to legally revoke her advance … Read More

The statutes governing revocation of advance directives in Colorado, Maryland, and Tennessee discriminate against locked-in patients and must be changed.  If those statutes are not changed, a person with locked-in syndrome in one of those states may not be able to legally revoke her advance … Read more

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