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The Other Side of 'Persistent Vegetative State'

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The Other Side of 'Persistent Vegetative State'

The Other Side of 'Persistent Vegetative State'

The Other Side of 'Persistent Vegetative State'

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As a follow up to yesterday's commentaries on the case of Florida woman Linda Schiavo, who lives in a persistent vegetative state, we hear from Christy Cruzan Whit, the sister of a woman who was left permanently unconscious after a 1983 automobile accident.