NH Court Expands Guardian’s Authority to Forgo Care Against Ward’s Wishes

New Hampshire court says a guardian doesn’t have to follow a ward’s known preferences regarding life-sustaining treatment, harming patient care and disincentivizing lifesaving care because insurance companies have a cheaper option.
In the same way, #assistedsuicide legislation targets the vulnerable, allowing a guardian to be a beneficiary of the patient’s estate AND be signer on the request for the lethal drugs.
(Note: Thaddeus Pope, the author of this blog post, is a proponent of assisted suicide)
Stop #elderabuse. Demand #equalityofcare.

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