Landmark French life support ruling delayed by European court

Landmark French life support ruling delayed by European court
The medical advisor of the parents of a 38-year-old tetraplegic man in a vegetative state, Xavier Ducrocq (R) speaks to the press at the State Council hearing room after France's top administrative court gave the green light to ending life support for their son, going against their wish to keep him alive, on June 24, 2014 in Paris.
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