Picture this, a young woman who collapses due to an imbalance of Potassium and ends up in a coma. As you would expect, one set of doctors thinks a recovery is possible where another set of doctors is convinced there will be no appreciable recovery. This woman is being kept alive with a feeding tube and no other medical assistance. Her husband says she would rather be dead than kept alive like this and her parents say should would want every possible treatment in the hopes of a full (or even partial recovery). To make the matter all the more interesting, there is a large settlement (hundreds of thousands of dollars) which would go to the husband if the woman passes away. I love a good soap opera! What would you do if you were her Significant Other? Would you pull the feeding tube and let her pass away painlessly? Would you prolong her life in the hopes of either a medical breakthrough or maybe a miracle? Is it murder to not force feed someone like this? Should this person be allowed to die? Is this a waste of valuable medical resources? What are everyones feelings on this case? I would really like to know.