'Million Dollar Baby' and the Right to Refuse Treatment There has been one controversy about the movie Million Dollar Baby, driven by disability rights activists. Commentator and hospital chaplain Debra Jarvis says that there is a second controversy brewing now, among her colleagues who work in health care.
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'Million Dollar Baby' and the Right to Refuse Treatment

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'Million Dollar Baby' and the Right to Refuse Treatment

'Million Dollar Baby' and the Right to Refuse Treatment

'Million Dollar Baby' and the Right to Refuse Treatment

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There has been one controversy about the movie Million Dollar Baby, driven by disability rights activists. Commentator and hospital chaplain Debra Jarvis says that there is a second controversy brewing now, among her colleagues who work in health care.