examining the physician-patient relationship, arguing in favor of patient self-determination, weak paternalism or strong paternalism. Questions to consider include, should patients make all the decisions regarding their own health, or should physicians decide for them, especially when they are choosing badly? Should patients be able to get whatever treatment they want, even if doctors decide it is medically futile? Should parents be able to refuse treatment for their children on religious grounds? In your analysis, defend or critique the views of Goldman, Ackerman, and Schwartz. Also, examine how at least two moral theories would approach this issue. Discuss examples and legal cases relating to this issue, insofar as they are related to your view
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