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  Volume 40, Number 3, May-June 2010

Table of Contents

Field Notes

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Perspective

Assisted Suicide in the U.K.: From Crime to Right?

p. c4
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From the Editor

What Would a Thought Look Like?

p. 2
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Another voice

The Debate over Death Determination in DCD

p. 3
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Letters

From Conception to Realization: A Human Right to Health

pp. 4-6
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To the Editor

p. 4
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To the Editor

pp. 4-5
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Arras and Fenton reply

pp. 5-6
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Fine-Tuning the Future

pp. 6-8
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To the Editor

pp. 6-7
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To the Editor

p. 7
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To the Editor

pp. 7-8
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Nancy Dubler replies

p. 8
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In Practice

The Bargain

p. 9
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At Law

Suicide Attempts and Treatment Refusals

pp. 10-11
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Policy and Politics

Multiple Embryo Transfers: Time for Policy

pp. 12-13
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Case Study

Sexuality and a Severely Brain-Injured Spouse

pp. 14-16
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Essays

Severe Brain Injury and the Subjective Life

pp. 17-21
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In the Blink of the Mind’s Eye

pp. 21-23
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Are DCD Donors Dead?

pp. 24-31
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Rethinking Guidelines for the Use of Palliative Sedation

pp. 32-38
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When Information Can Save Lives: The Duty to Warn Relatives about Sudden Cardiac Death and Environmental Risks

pp. 39-45
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Book Review

Very Sad and Scary Places

pp. 46-47
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Contributors

Contributors

p. 48
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Research Areas

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