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What does KAQ stand for?

KAQ stands for Karen Ann Quinlan (Hospice)

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In the 1976 landmark case of Karen Ann Quinlan, the New Jersey court underscored the fundamental right of a young woman in a persistent vegetative state to forgo life-sustaining support with a mechanical ventilator.
Some readers may remember the case of 21-year-old Karen Ann Quinlan who collapsed at a party in 1975 after mixing alcohol and Valium.
Beginning with an historical framework, Jeffrey Spike, an associate professor at the College of Medicine, reached back to 1975 when the Karen Ann Quinlan case grabbed headlines and the courts wrestled with sticky right-to-die questions.
Wade and the Karen Ann Quinlan case, in which the family of a young woman in a coma appealed to the courts to force her doctors to remove life-sustaining technology.