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Pregnancy Clauses: The Ethically Unfounded Exemption to Advance Care Directives

Strand, Gianna

All people deserve the legal ability to outline their care decisions in advance and expect their decisions to govern during a pregnancy. However, until advance directives govern without pregnancy exceptions, people will not uniformly retain the ability to formulate autonomous decisions about their health care planning.

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Voices in Bioethics
DOI
https://doi.org/10.52214/vib.v7i.8173

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August 29, 2022

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advanced directive, pregnancy, reproductive ethics, fetus, abortion, autonomy