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I was reminded of all this last week when I read about a court case involving a middle-aged woman who insisted on the right to refuse life-saving treatment.The woman, referred to only as C, died last weekend at the age of 50 after refusing to undergo kidney dialysis because she didn’t want to become “poor, ugly or old”.In August, a British man was sent to jail after defrauding two women of over £300,000 (5,300) through online dating sites.

I haven't been brave enough to take part in one yet.

Last year, he was condemned after using a state laptop to send explicit videos in which he masturbated into a webcam.

He was urged to resign by his colleagues and received a

I haven't been brave enough to take part in one yet.

Last year, he was condemned after using a state laptop to send explicit videos in which he masturbated into a webcam.

He was urged to resign by his colleagues and received a $1,000 fine for the illegal use of a state computer.

C was absolutely clear that she didn’t want treatment, prompting the NHS trust which was looking after her to seek a court ruling last month.

Her doctors argued that she had a “dysfunction of the mind” which rendered her unable to make decisions about treatment, but a judge ruled in her favour.

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I haven't been brave enough to take part in one yet.Last year, he was condemned after using a state laptop to send explicit videos in which he masturbated into a webcam.He was urged to resign by his colleagues and received a $1,000 fine for the illegal use of a state computer.C was absolutely clear that she didn’t want treatment, prompting the NHS trust which was looking after her to seek a court ruling last month.Her doctors argued that she had a “dysfunction of the mind” which rendered her unable to make decisions about treatment, but a judge ruled in her favour.

,000 fine for the illegal use of a state computer.

C was absolutely clear that she didn’t want treatment, prompting the NHS trust which was looking after her to seek a court ruling last month.

Her doctors argued that she had a “dysfunction of the mind” which rendered her unable to make decisions about treatment, but a judge ruled in her favour.

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