I'd like to start a dialogue amongst those of us who saw "My Sister's Keeper." I also read the Jodie Picoult book. SPOILER ALERT: The movie and book have vastly different endings. For those of you who saw and read--what do you think?
There are a lot of issues the movie raises:
-How do we let go of people and give them dignity in death?
-When do, or do we, stop treatments?
-Was it ethicial to "medicall engineer" a child?
-Is there, or should there be, such a thing as medical imancipation?
I'll contribute more of my thoughts once we get this dialogue going!
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