Episcopal

There is no moral obligation to prolong the act of dying by extraordinary means and at all costs if such dying person is ill and has no reasonable expectation of recovery. . . . The decision to withhold or withdraw life-sustaining treatment should ultimately rest with the patient, or with the patient’s surrogate decision-makers in the case of a mentally incapacitated patient. Established Principles Re: the Prolongation of Life, Church Resolution (1991)

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