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  1. Harm and Uncertainty in Newborn Intensive Care.Kenneth Kipnis - 2007 - Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 28 (5):393-412.
    There is a broadly held view that neonatologists are ethically obligated to act to override parental nontreatment decisions for imperiled premature newborns when there is a reasonable chance of a good outcome. It is argued here that three types of uncertainty undercut any such general obligation: (1) the vagueness of the boundary at which an infant’s deficits become so intolerable that death could be reasonably preferred; (2) the uncertainty about whether aggressive treatment will result in the survival of a reasonably (...)
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  • Culture Wars in New York State: Ongoing Political Resistance by Religious Groups to the Family Health Care Decisions Act.Jack Freer & Stephen Wear - 2002 - Christian Bioethics 8 (1):9-24.