§ 304. Answer—Refusal to remove nasogastric feeding tube from patient in persistent vegetative state—Hospital has no policy permitting such removal | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 304. Answer—Refusal to remove nasogastric feeding tube from patient in persistent vegetative state—Hospital has no policy permitting such removal | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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14 Am. Jur. Pl. & Pr. Forms Incompetent Persons § 304
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Incompetent Persons
XI. Particular Actions and Proceedings by and Against Incompetents
§ 304. Answer—Refusal to remove nasogastric feeding tube from patient in persistent vegetative state—Hospital has no policy permitting such removal
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