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others do not, while even some have a time frame for how long they would allow artificial life support. Advance directive or setting up a will or DNR are different ways for patients to help make these sorts of decisions without having the ethical debate as Terri encountered, as the patient’s final request will be granted and executed. However, this case helped to open the doors for the ethical debate on patient’s decisions to die, helping to pass the physician’s assisted suicidelaw.
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