Sunday, October 7, 2012

Twist In Woman's Right-To-Die Saga

Twist In Woman's Right-To-Die Saga, A 28-year-old with brain cancer beats her religious parents in court, only to have a change of heart. Terminally ill woman who fought for right to die has change of heart, A terminally ill woman who battled her deeply religious parents in court over her right to die has had a change of heart.

Grace SungEun Lee, 28, who is battling brain cancer, signed a health care proxy Saturday designating her father, Rev. Manho Lee, as her primary health care decision-maker, Lee's court-appointed attorney, David Smith, told ABC station WABC-TV in New York.

Lee said she made the decision "to make peace with my God."

The reversal comes one day after the New York Court of Appeals ruled Lee's parents cannot override her wishes.


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