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By M Ward Platt and A Ward Platt

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Jones.3 4 Charlotte was severely disabled following complications of extreme prematurity, and Luke with trisomy 18. In each case the clinical teams believed that active, life prolonging medical interventions would not be in the best interests of the baby. The cases were brought to the civil courts because fundamental and irreconcilable differ-ences between the families and the clinical teams came to an impasse, leaving the respective hospitals with no alternative but to seek a judicial ruling on the management of each child. Observers from other units will eithe

Year: 2004
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