Schiavo Case Stirs End-of-Life Debate

Nearly two weeks after her feeding tube was removed, Terri Schiavo died Thursday. Her story and the efforts by Congress and the right-to-life community to keep her alive brought ethical issues concerning end-of-life decisions onto the national stage.

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