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Vegetative patient Scott Routley says 'I'm not in pain' to doctors via BRAIN SCAN

 
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11/14/2012 10:48 AM
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Vegetative patient Scott Routley says 'I'm not in pain' to doctors via BRAIN SCAN
[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

His doctor says the discovery means medical textbooks will need rewriting.

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11/14/2012 10:52 AM
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Re: Vegetative patient Scott Routley says 'I'm not in pain' to doctors via BRAIN SCAN
When radiologists and neurologists tried to patent a new lie detector in a the form of a functional MRI that they claimed allowed them to determine a true vs a false response with a high claim of accuracy, this was a forseeable application.

As promising as it sounds, it still means you have to trust the doctors to be honest that 1, their test works and 2, it showed what they said it did.

Due to consent issues doctors would be thrilled to be able to cut next of kin right out of the equation as something like this, if everyone believes it works, would let them do...
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Re: Vegetative patient Scott Routley says 'I'm not in pain' to doctors via BRAIN SCAN
Another way to push death to those in coma states?
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11/16/2012 04:38 PM
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Re: Vegetative patient Scott Routley says 'I'm not in pain' to doctors via BRAIN SCAN
This makes even more urgent the ethical debate that some of us have been asking for for the past 10 years or more. Please see:

[link to slavery.org.uk]

Shame these people are using fMRI, instead of EEG or MEG, to read thoughts, as was published to be possible in 1975. Using EEG or MEG should enable him to say a great deal more than just "yes" and "no", and without using a huge, expensive machine.