Social-media statements could turn out to be deadly for people in the United Kingdom who are on life support.
A new guidance from the British Medical Association advises families to “trawl through” the Twitter and Facebook accounts of such loved ones in search of any indications that they may want to die.
The aim is “to help reach a decision on whether to withdraw treatment or switch off life support.
Steve Fouch of Britain’s Christian Medical Fellowship explained to the U.K.’s Christian Institute why the guidance should be junked.
“It ignores the latest medical evidence on how difficult it is to accurately diagnose the level of brain damage of [READ MORE HERE]