Hospitals Commit Euthanasia

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Hospitals Commit Euthanasia

Bradley Mattes   |   March 10, 2015

The University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics is being sued, and for good reason.  They killed a patient—a teenage boy with developmental disabilities who wasn’t terminal.  He just didn’t measure up.  He had in their words a “poor quality of life.”  They denied him antibiotics for his pneumonia and stopped all food and water.  They sent him to hospice where of course he died.  They also tried to kill an elderly woman pretty much the same way, but she lived due to her stamina and protests from the family.  The Wisconsin Supreme Court will ultimately decide the hospital’s fate.  Be aware of this new “quality of life” measuring stick hospitals use to determine your value to the human race.  Have a trusted advocate with a spine of steel to make sure you’re not euthanized.

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