BC Almanac | Jul 9, 2013 | 16:46

End of life issues, dementia and living wills

Rob Gordon, Professor of criminology at Simon Fraser University and Distinguished fellow at the Canadian Centre for Elder Law on the conflict between the living will end of life wishes of Margot Bentley and Fraser Health Authority's decision to continue

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