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Those who argue that the child's life must be preserved at all costs, so that in effect the child is denied any right to refuse treatment (a right that adult competent patients have), are also making a decision for the child and imputing a judgment about its future life to it, just as much as the parents and physicians who decide to forgo active treatment for a gravely disabled child. A final decision about whether or not active treatment should be given to a gravely handicapped infant cannot then be made solely on medical grounds, as though one could judge or diagnose how much specifically human worth, value or 'quality' a person's life had solely by 'objective' medical observations and tests, very much in the way that one can medically diagnose whether or not a person has AIDS or Alzheimer's disease.

It has immense benefits but it also exacts considerable costs. It allows a certain style of medicine to be practised and certain patient-health-carer relationships to obtain, but it also inhibits other styles of medical treatment and of patient-health-carer relationships. It would be interesting to investigate the emergence of the institution of the hospital as a cultural phenomenon. As we know, a great many cultures have elaborate systems of health care but nothing at all like the hospital. 41 In fact, the hospital as we know it is a recent arrival within our own culture, being no more than 150 years old.

The court also said that the main consideration was what was in the baby's best interests: 'The parents owe the child a duty to give or withhold consent (to treatment) in the best interests of the child and without regard to their own interests or the interests of the community' (for example, the cost to the community of medical care). 30 It may be noted that the notion of 'quality of life' has a number of different connotations in the Court of Appeal judgments. First, it is defined in terms of the suffering and distress to the child that prolongation of its life by active treatment would occasion.

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