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QUT Law Review
Increasingly, clinicians and commentators have been calling for the establishment of special adjudicatory dispute resolution mechanisms to resolve intractable medical futility disputes. As a leading model to follow, policymakers both around the United States and around the world have been looking to the conflict resolution provisions in the 1999 Texas Advance Directives Act ('TADA'). In this article, I provide a complete and thorough review of the purpose, history, and operation of TADA. Idoi:10.5204/qutlr.v16i1.639 fatcat:6iplwc34lzbltf4gm26n3xoquy