The bioethical issue argued by terris husband is that

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The bioethical issue argued by Terri’s husband is that she is in a situation where she is almost dead, and her parents argued that she has medical treatments that can help support her life and
3Running Head: IHP 420 Final Project II: Bioethics that no has the right to decide whether or not she wishes to die or not. Another issue was whetherMichael was deciding to remove Terri’s life support for the inheritance he would receive from her death. Her parents wanted him to divorce Terri so that they would be her guardians and be responsible for her care to receive her inheritance after her death. Advance directives, DNR, or wills are ways that will help patients make decisions without having to go through ethical debates such as Terri’s. This will also ensure that the patients last request is granted and also executed. ConclusionThe debate between both parties lasted until 2005. During the time, the healthcare professionals that cared for Terri faced many different circumstances in the 15-year battle. Terri was in an unresponsive state despite the different therapies. The therapists were ordered to do

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