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Supporters of the effort to keep Schiavo alive grieved after learning of her death. The crowd outside the hospice yesterday was smaller than in previous days.
Supporters of the effort to keep Schiavo alive grieved after learning of her death. The crowd outside the hospice yesterday was smaller than in previous days. (AFP) AFP

Moral debate rekindles as Schiavo's life ends

Death after food tube's removal sets off push in Congress

By Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / April 1, 2005

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PINELLAS PARK, Fla. -- After nearly two weeks without food or water, Terri Schiavo, 41, died yesterday with her husband cradling her in a hospice bed, a tranquil end to the life of a severely brain-damaged woman whose plight prompted Americans to weigh the sanctity of life against the right to die. (Full article: 1556 words)

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