Pleas to change law in locked-in syndrome cases rejected: ‘dispassionate court’ gets it right- compassionately

By Dr Andrew Fergusson Editor’s note. This appears today on the blog of the British Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF). Dr. Fergusson chairs the Advisory Group of Care Not Killing and was guest blogging for the CMF. The two cases of men with conditions resembling locked-in syndrome have been concluded. Heard before three judges in the …

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