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Subject: Health: Medicine

Talk to Me Series: Health - Medicine

Ever since Joe Franklin hosted the first television talk show back in 1951, talk shows have become a familiar feature on television. In that spirit of offering an open and relaxed forum, a meeting place for conversations, voicing opinions or sharing ideas, the Talk to Me Series welcomes Click for more

Bobby Schindler (Brother of Terri Schindler Schiavo)

Schindler, Bobby (Brother of Terri Schindler Schiavo)

Terri Schindler Shiavo died on March 31, 2005, 13 days after a court order to remove her feeding tubes, fifteen years after suffering brain damage due to experiencing respiratory and cardiac arrest on February 25, 1990. There were many right-to-life controversies surrounding her case, which received nationwide recognition. Although Terri died, the controversies remain. Her brother, Bobby Schindler, who is the executive director of the Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation Center for Health Care Ethics in St. Petersburg, Florida, and also the host of the radio program "America's Lifeline" in Tampa, is a leading spokesperson committed to causes that protect the lives of the medically vulnerable and disabled from the threat of euthanasia. In this program host Esther Mills talks with Bobby, who speaks passionately about how he and his family still carry the pain and grief that followed the public dehydration of his sister; he provides personal details of Terri's case and elaborates on the controversial diagnosis of PVS (Persistent Vegetative State); he also offers his hope and vision for the future regarding this sensitive issue. 2010 SCA 30 min.





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