In re T.A.C.P

Hanley, Ruth A.
June 1993
Issues in Law & Medicine;Summer93, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p65
Academic Journal
Details the Florida Supreme Court's decision on a case concerning an anencephalic newborn whose parents petitioned that she be declared legally dead for the purpose of organ donation. Physiological malformations that characterize anencephaly; Florida's death statute.


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