TRO Saves Maryland Man from Starvation Death

By Dave Andrusko Good news from the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF). 55-year-old Daniel Sanger, who became temporarily unconscious after suffering a heart attack and a seizure, has been saved from being starved to death after an ADF-allied attorney obtained a temporary restraining order “from Frederick County Circuit Judge Theresa Adams instructing Frederick Memorial Hospital to …

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Stories of triumph over adversity should get more column inches and air time

Editor’s note. This appeared yesterday on the  of the Christian Medical Fellowship, a UK-based organization. Today Nikki Kenward, who was left disabled after a partial recovery from paralysis caused by Gullain Barre syndrome, will stage a protest outside parliament about the dangers that changing the law to allow assisted suicide or euthanasia would pose to those …

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Precedent-Setting Case Would Open the Door to Starvation Deaths for Patients in a “Minimally Conscious State”

By Dave Andrusko It’s not often that it occurs, fortunately, but there legal cases where precedents of unbelievable danger can be established. Such is the case with a 51-year-old woman identified (for legal reasons) only as “M.” England has already established the precedent that is acceptable to starve and dehydrate patients to death if they …

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