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By Mary Wisniewski
CHICAGO, Nov 21 (Reuters) - As the nation debates the costs of health care and
insurance, a survey released on Thursday found that a growing minority of
Americans say that doctors should do everything possible to keep patients
Two thirds of Americans, or 66 percent, say there are at least some situations
in which a patient should be allowed to die, according to a survey by Pew
But nearly a third, or 31 percent, said doctors should always do everything
possible to save a patient's life, which is up from 15 percent in 1990, Pew
found, as more Americans were willing to express an opinion on the matter.
The question of whether to save lives in all circumstances was hotly debated a
decade ago in the case of Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman on life support for
15 years. Her husband wanted to terminate life support, which resulted in a
highly publicized series of legal challenges before support was finally ended
The Pew survey found that 62 percent of Americans believe that people in a
great deal of pain, with no hope of improvement, have a moral right to ...
Many have questions about the Affordable Care Act, including Medicare coverage
and grandfathered plans, as California rejects the president's call to extend
The Rubik's Cube that is healthcare reform might have become even more
puzzling for some people Thursday after the operator of California's online
insurance exchange rejected President Obama's call for extending the life of
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