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    Charity Kabari

    I agree with this statement because being proactive can save your life and many others lives. Especially in a hospital there are rules and regulations and protocols but shouldn’t be just fro what happens monthly or daily but things that happen unexpectedly because those can cause hundreds of deaths of not careful and prepared.
    John Theiles perspective was a respiratory therapist that had tried different measures of his expertise and had failed. Going forward when he was in a situation where a patient had a slim chance of survival he smothered him to end his suffering.
    I think that end of life was not taken into account because they did not have room to and it was not organized. In the midst of a crisis like that it is a luxury to be able to have your wishes be met to fit your religious standards.

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