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It is vital that a person can be treated against their will - after all they are not in a position to make life and death decisions while acutely ill - it is also of great concern clinicians are refusing to treat people for fear of being sued. Women and men are dying while their love ones look one - and clinicians mostly refuse to take any responsibility for their actions - simply citing the "law."

it really is important for people to understand how this disease renders suffers unable to make sensible decisions and that intervention is a must.

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