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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

Premature Babies

  • Aired: 10/22/1999
  • 09:54
  • Rating: NR
With modern neonatal technology and under federal law, doctors can keep alive tiny premature babies, even if the babies' parents want to let them die. But often those babies survive to grow up significantly damaged and in pain. Should they be kept alive? Who should decide?
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Who decides if babies who are born significantly premature should be kept alive?
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