1) Read Instructions; Review the Rubric; and Review all materials in Chapter 52 and conduct research on the United States Supreme Court case of Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health, 497 U.S. 261 (1990).
Cheeseman, H. R. (2018). Business Law. [Bookshelf]. Retrieved from
2) Paper format should be as follows:
b) Body of Paper
i) Response to Question #1: What are the potential foreseeable financial, psychological, and medical, yet unintended, harmful consequences to one’s family and friends in failing to provide a properly executed will and living will prior to one’s final illness and death?
ii) Response to Question #2: What are the fundamental distinctions between recuperative medical care and palliative care? Who should be included in the decision to modify care from recuperative to palliative? When, if ever, is the right to refuse any and all medical care appropriate when such virtually ensures the death of the patient?
iii) Response to Question #3: What professionals, medical or otherwise, should be involved in advising decisions concerning end-of-life wishes? How does euthanasia differ from a simple cessation of treatment? Who should make end of life decisions for those who are without a family member to take on such a role?
iv) Response to Question #4: What measures can be taken to ensure the quality of ongoing family and social relationships, individually and as a group, to end-of-life patients? What pitfalls are to be avoided in ensuring maintenance of these relationships? What actions may be taken to ensure the spiritual and existential dimensions of the process are respected and integrated?
3) Please be cognizant of spelling, grammar, and punctuation in your paper. In addition, as per APA, please include in-text citations and a reference list at the end.
While there is no set page limit for the paper, historically they have been between 4 and 5 pages.