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Of Vincent Lambert and ethical rubicons

By Wesley J. Smith Editor’s note. This appeared at First Things July 12, the day after Vincent Lambert was dehydrated to death. Vincent Lambert is dead. The forty-two-year-old Frenchman, who breathed his last yesterday in Reims, didn’t die by accident. It wasn’t “his...

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Vincent Lambert: Death by discrimination

By Taylor Hyatt Policy Analyst & Outreach Coordinator, Toujours Vivant (Not Dead Yet) Vincent Lambert died recently. For the past few weeks, all eyes have been on the French courts as they determined his fate. Mr. Lambert was severely injured in a car accident in...

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Vincent Lambert died on Thursday at 8:24am

By Michael Cook Vincent Lambert with his mother Vincent Lambert, the brain-damaged French man who was in a state of impaired consciousness for 11 years while his family fought over his medical care, died on Thursday at 8:24am. After getting approval from a court,...

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10 reasons why Vincent Lambert should live

By Christophe Foltzenlogel Editor’s note. Mr. Foltzenlogel is a legal expert with the European Center for Law and Justice. This appeared at the European Centre for Law & Justice. The determination of Vincent Lambert’s parents to save their son’s life, despite his...

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Vincent Lambert is going to die

France’s highest court rules that doctors can remove hydration and nutrition By Michael Cook Vincent Lambert, the 42-year-old nurse who became a quadriplegic in a “vegetative state” in 2008, will soon die. France’s highest court ruled that his food and water should be...

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France’s ‘Terri Schiavo’ gains a reprieve

By Jeanne Smits, Paris correspondent April 21, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – At long last, there is hope for Vincent Lambert. France’s “Terri Schiavo,” whose feeding tube was supposed to been pulled a few days ago has gained a reprieve. A doctor, Vincent Sanchez of the...

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