All things considered: Surrogate decision-making on behalf of patients in the minimally conscious state

Clinical Ethics 15 (3):111-119 (2020)
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The minimally conscious state presents unique ethical, legal, and decision-making challenges because of the combination of diminished awareness, phenomenal experience, and diminished or absent comm...

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