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Some families would consider terminal sedation for brain injured relatives in permanent vegetative state, study shows

The families of some very severely brain injured patients believe that once all treatment options are exhausted, allowing their relatives to die with the help of terminal sedation would be a humane and compassionate option, research has revealed.
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