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I would emphasize what you yourself have said before. When someone is dead, they are dead, by whatever criteria are used. If they are declared dead by loss of cardiac function, they are just as dead as by loss of brain function. It is unethical, and possibly illegal, to operate upon her. There are laws protecting the dead from such abuse. And by all means, find a way to submit this to an Oakland newspaper. See if they are willing to publish it.

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