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Pregnancy Exclusions in State Living Will and Medical Proxy Statutes
Kathleen D. Stoll
by Center for Women Policy Studies
Written in English
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The Center for Women Policy Studies published a report by Megan Greene and Leslie Wolfe, “Pregnancy Exclusions in State Living Will and Medical Proxy Statutes,” which summarizes the legal rights of pregnant women to have their end-of-life wishes respected with the same accord given other human beings.
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