Court allows woman with signs of consciousness to die


Court allows woman with signs of consciousness to die
A “feisty” and “indomitable” woman with advanced Multiple Sclerosis is to have all life-sustaining treatment withdrawn in what is thought to be the first case in which a British court has allowed someone showing clear signs of consciousness to die.
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Hong Kong's pro-establishment politician 'Flea Queen Joephy' jumps into public
Joephy Chan Wing-yan surprised the political world by unseating veteran pan-democrat Frederick Fung Kin-kee by just 99 votes. The 25-year-old candidate of the leftist Federation of Trade Unions, also backed by pro-establishment Democratic Alliance for …
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Cost-Consciousness Dawning on Healthcare Providers
The lines are blurring between payer and provider perspectives on total cost of care as healthcare's payment model shifts from volume to value. Now, using a payer's methodology, providers are mastering TCOC accounting. For decades, commercial payers …
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