Why I needed to let my little brother die

The Guardian, 26 September 2017
Author: Cathy Rentzenbrink
“Everyone involved was compassionate, and I have always felt grateful that they tried not to make it horrible for us. But it was horrible. That’s why I welcomed last week’s ruling by Mr Justice Peter Jackson that in future, where doctors and families are in agreement they should not have to go to court to seek permission for treatment to be withdrawn from patients in a persistent vegetative or minimally conscious state.”
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