Case Study Analysis #4: Karen Ann Quinlan, Brittany Maynard Case Analysis format is attached Karen Ann Quinlan http://www.nytimes.com/1985/06/12/nyregion/karen-ann-quinlan-31-dies-focus-of-76-right-to-die-case.html http://www.ncll.org/liberty-centers/cent

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Case Study Analysis #4: Karen Ann Quinlan, Brittany Maynard Case Analysis format is attached Karen Ann Quinlan http://www.nytimes.com/1985/06/12/nyregion/karen-ann-quinlan-31-dies-focus-of-76-right-to-die-case.html http://www.ncll.org/liberty-centers/center-for-life-defense/cld-articles/57-how-the-right-to-die-came-to-america Brittany Maynard http://www.ascensionhealth.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=253&Itemid=173 Case Analysis: These cases span generations, they are wildly different, and yet very similar. Do we have the right to decide how we die? When? Do others have the right to make that decision for us when are unable to do so ourselves Analyze both cases and how they are similar and different. Do you agree with the decisions made in either case? Do you think Brittany Maynard SHOULD have the right to make this decision and do you think health care professionals OUGHT to oblige? Discuss at least ONE principle in your answers.

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