Catholic man in coma should be starved says court; Family disagrees

CHRISTIAN TODAY — Appeals court judges have urged the Catholic family of a comatose man to allow him to die.

The family, who have not been named, have been supported by the Christian Legal Centre in their bid to prevent doctors from withdrawing fluids and nutrition.

The middle-aged man from Poland, who also cannot be named, suffered brain damage after having a heart attack last November.

In December, the Court of Protection agreed with bosses at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust that allowing him to die was in his best interests.

Their position is supported by the man’s wife, who said he would not want to be a burden.


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