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  Terri Schiavo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Terri Schiavo's parents also accused their son-in-law of physical abuse and neglect, charges which were investigated several times by the Florida Department of Children and Families and found to be without basis.
Schiavo and himself, brought a medical malpractice lawsuit against the obstetrician who had been treating Schiavo for infertility, claiming that his failure to test for an eating disorder had led to her current condition.
Schiavo did not have a living will; therefore a trial was held during the week of 24 January 2000 to determine what her wishes would have been regarding life-prolonging procedures.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Terri_Schiavo   (8768 words)

  
 Terri Schiavo - Enpsychlopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Schiavo and himself, brought a medical malpractice lawsuit against the obstetrician who had been treating Schiavo for infertility, claiming that the doctor's failure to test for an eating disorder led to her current condition.
Her parents claimed that Schiavo was a devout Roman Catholic who did not wish to violate the Church's teachings on euthanasia by intentionally starving or dehydrating herself to death, and that she had never expressed such a desire to anyone in her birth family or circle of friends.
Schiavo's brain at death was found to be 615 grams, roughly half the mass expected for a female of her age, height, and weight.
www.grohol.com /psypsych/Terri_Schiavo   (8380 words)

  
 Special Report - from TBO.com
Schiavo died at on March 31, 2005 at the Pinellas Park hospice where she lay for years while her husband and her parents fought over her fate in the nation's most bitter - and most heavily litigated - right-to-die dispute.
LARGO - The autopsy concluded the condition of Terri Schiavo's brain was "very consistent'' with the diagnosis of her being in a persistent vegetative state with no awareness of her surroundings.
Schiavo's statement is an exercise in self-justification that completely rewrites the true history of his efforts to have our Terri put to death by starvation and dehydration.
reports.tbo.com /reports/schiavo   (472 words)

  
 Terri Schiavo timeline: 1963-2005 | wkyc.com
Terri Schiavo is discharged from the hospital and taken to the College Park skilled care and rehabilitation facility.
Terri Schiavo is transferred to Sable Palms skilled care facility where she receives continuing neurological testing, and regular and aggressive speech/occupational therapy through 1994.
Schiavo from the hospice or otherwise re-inserting the PEG tube.
www.wkyc.com /news/news_print.asp?id=32599   (4594 words)

  
 CBC News Indepth: Terri Schiavo
Terri Schiavo suffered severe brain damage in 1990 after her heart stopped, depriving her brain of oxygen.
Terri Schiavo is awarded $250,000 US in an out-of-court malpractice settlement with one of her doctors.
Terri Schiavo dies, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed.
www.cbc.ca /news/background/schiavo   (1284 words)

  
 Abstract Appeal -- by Matt Conigliaro
Terri's family has had the benefit of excellent legal representation as well as the Governor's own top-notch attorneys, all of whom have scoured the case for ways to assist the effort to keep Terri's feeding tube in place.
Terri's family continues to launch new legal battles, and to appeal old ones, in hopes a court somewhere will give them another chance to prove Terri would not want to discontinue her feeding tube, or in hopes they can win the authority to care for Terri themselves.
Also, to believe that Michael caused Terri's collapse by beating her is to believe that Michael initiated a lawsuit against someone else for causing her collapse, opening the whole matter to serious inquiry and greatly increasing the risk that someone would discover his role.
abstractappeal.com /schiavo/infopage.html   (6391 words)

  
 Schiavo Resources: Timeline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Schiavo is in a persistent vegetative state with no chance of improvement and that Michael Schiavo’s decision-making may be influenced by the potential to inherit the remainder of Ms.
Schiavo would have chosen to have the PEG tube removed, and therefore he orders it removed, which, according to doctors, will cause her death in approximately 7 to 14 days.
Schiavo to determine if she can improve with new medical treatment.  The Schindlers and Michael Schiavo are to choose 2 doctors each, and the court is to appoint a doctor.  The appeals court also affirms Greer’s denial of the motion to disqualify himself.
www.miami.edu /ethics2/schiavo/timeline.htm   (5498 words)

  
 Terri Schiavo - SourceWatch
Terri Schiavo died on March 31, 2005, "at the Pinellas Park hospice where she lay for years while her husband and her parents fought over her fate in the nation's most bitter — and most heavily litigated — right-to-die dispute." AP (http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=storyandcid=514ande=1andu=/ap/brain_damaged_woman).
On June 15, 2005, the results of the autopsy performed by the medical examiner's office on Terri Schiavo was released to the public, which "backed her husband's contention that she was in a persistent vegetative state, finding that she had massive and irreversible brain damage and was blind,...
The legal dispute between Schiavo's parents and her husband and the nature of the issue merited public debate but the intervention of the George W. Bush/Karl Rove team elevated it to national level.
www.sourcewatch.org /index.php?title=Terri_Schiavo   (3318 words)

  
 CBC News: Florida denied custody of Schiavo
Michael Schiavo's lawyer reacted angrily to the governor's attempt to take custody of Schiavo, accusing Bush and his administration of making "revolting" interventions in the case to try to win political points.
The couple also argued that Congress intended for Schiavo's feeding tube to be reinserted when it passed a bill last weekend giving federal courts authority to review her case.
Schiavo, who suffered brain damage in 1990, can breathe on her own but needs a feeding tube to survive.
www.cbc.ca /story/world/national/2005/03/24/schiavo-supreme050324.html   (671 words)

  
 The Right to Die
Schiavo, wearing a robe with her head tilted awkwardly, was culled from hours of videotape, most of which shows her to be unresponsive to commands and to her surroundings, according to court records.
Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman whose husband and parents are battling over whether to let her die or keep her alive, exists in the rare and paradoxical “persistent vegetative state,”; where neurologists can find a patient to be at once unconscious but alert.
Schiavo and the parents, came to the conclusion that Terri Schiavo would not have wanted to continue living in such a state, in essence the decision to remove the feeding tube is Terri’s decision.
suitcaseman.gnn.tv /users/user.php?bid=4961&r=4   (7342 words)

  
 The Terri Schindler-Schiavo Foundation
While editorials across the nation agreed in chorus that at last, Terri Schiavo will rest in peace, the autopsy report declined such certainty:"It is the policy of this office that no case is ever closed and that all determinations are to be reconsidered upon receipt of credible, new information."
We are currently in the process of redesigning Terri's Fight to be an educational resource for those seeking information on their medical treatment rights.
Incorporated in 2002 to fight for the life of Terri Schindler-Schiavo, the clear focus of our foundation now and in the future is to help others avoid future tragedies that reflect what Terri endured.
www.terrisfight.org   (198 words)

  
 Timeline: Terri Schiavo's Life - from TBO.com
Terri Schindler and Michael Schiavo are mar ried at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church in Southampton, Pa Terri and Michael Schia vo move to St. Petersburg to be near her parents
Michael Schiavo successfully sues the physicians who treated his wife before her cardiac arrest, and a Pinellas County jury eventually awards the couple more than $1 million, with $750,000 designated for his wife's perpetual care.
Two doctors chosen by Terri Schiavo's parents say she can be helped; two selected by Mi chael Schiavo say she is be yond help and a doctor select ed by the court agrees.
news.tbo.com /news/MGBOIIV7W6E.html   (1339 words)

  
 CNN.com - Schiavo case goes to appeals panel - Mar 22, 2005
Bobby Schindler, Terri Schiavo's brother, told CNN in a phone interview from Washington, D.C., that his family was "just shocked" at the decision.
Terri Schiavo, 41, collapsed in her home in 1990, suffering from heart failure that led to severe brain damage.
He told CNN that evidence also established that Terri did at one time indicate to her husband and two other relatives that she wouldn't want to be kept alive artificially.
www.cnn.com /2005/LAW/03/22/schiavo   (1351 words)

  
 FPI 2005: Timeline: Terri Schiavo Case   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Terri Schiavo has been brain damaged since 1990 when, aged 26, her heart stopped beating temporarily and oxygen was cut off to her brain.
Her parents - the Schindlers - have been locked in a legal battle with her legal guardian and husband Michael Schiavo since 1998.
November 1992 : Michael Schiavo wins case against doctors he accused of misdiagnosing his wife; awarded $700,000 for her care and $300,000 for himself
fpiarticle.blogspot.com /2005/03/timeline-terri-schiavo-case.html   (727 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | World | Americas | Timeline: Terri Schiavo case
Terri Schiavo had been brain damaged since 1990 when, aged 26, her heart stopped beating temporarily and oxygen was cut off to her brain.
Terri's parents insist that she is capable of human interaction
29 Mar 2005: The Schindlers agree to Michael Schiavo's request for an autopsy to be carried out after the woman's death to establish the extent of her brain damage.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/world/americas/4358877.stm   (891 words)

  
 CNN.com - Transcripts
Schiavo alive are not primarily concerned about her welfare and the principles involved.
They're not clear exactly about the timeline that Couey gave them in the confessions, apparently because he was taking some drugs, according to the sheriff's office officials, so that is still something that is going to come out in more detail.
The judge in the Terri Schiavo case, arguments got under way at 3:08 Eastern, at which point the judge told he wanted each side, the attorneys for Michael Schiavo on one hand, the attorneys for the Schindler family who are Terri Schiavo's parents on the other side.
transcripts.cnn.com /TRANSCRIPTS/0503/21/ip.01.html   (6890 words)

  
 Civilization Calls
A Facet of the Story Left Untouched by the Media.
Supreme Court Summarily Refuses to Hear Terri's Case
Florida Senate Votes down Bill Designed to Save Terri.
civilization-calls.mu.nu   (308 words)

  
 last link on the left > final credits > march 2005
Her legacy will be the fruit of discussion for years to come, addressing the issues of the quality of life and the dignity of death.
Fifteen years ago, Schiavo collapsed in her home from a possible potassium imbalance caused by an eating disorder, temporarily stopping her heart and cutting off oxygen to her brain.
A timeline of events covering her subsequent years is available at the sites of the Canadian and British Broadcasting Corporations.
lastlinkontheleft.com /fc0503.html   (17358 words)

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