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    Olivia Arpin

    1. The New York TImes Magazines ethics column statement questions the lack of pre-disaster preparations that the hospital had put into place. This statement also raised concerns since they live in the area for disasters to occur; why weren’t they prepared for one to hit.
    2. John Thieles was a respiratory therapist who was well known for staying during evacuations to care for his patients. He saw a patient in pain and one who had slim chances of survival, so he ended his suffering.
    3. The end of life preferences in the book took religion, consent, and medical conditions into account. People each have their own cultural beliefs, spiritual beliefs, preferences on death, and mindset. Even with these circumstances, there is a common understanding in distinguishing between right and wrong. When disaster presents itself, the solving of situations may be left in slim pickings.

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