Stories of Survivors
The human body needs time to heal after a traumatic event. Especially when a brain injury is involved. Family members are often pressured to “pull the plug” or withhold treatment from a loved one who has suffered such an event, and end their life. But the recovery of many people, some even after years in a seemingly unconscious or semi-conscious state, is causing medical professionals and ethicists to question the diagnosis of “persistent vegetative state.” Read More.