Ontario Today | Jan 3, 2013 | 7:15

Ethics of a hunger strike

Attawapiskat's Chief Theresa Spence has gone 24 days without food, vowing not to eat until the Prime Minister meets with her. Dr. Gwynn Jones discusses the medical and ethical implications.

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