Carlos Roberto de Souza, M.D.*
Science currently considers brain death that encompassing the complete and irreversible arrest of the functions of the whole encephalon, including not only the brain cortex but also the diencephalon, cerebellum and especially the brainstem. Standard tests and clinical criteria have been established by the world scientific community for the diagnosis of encephalic death.
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Dr. Andrew Powell*
Spirituality can be described as the striving for a deep-seated sense of meaning and purpose in life, a wholeness that brings with it the feeling of belonging, harmony and peace. It entails searching for answers about the infinite, and is particularly important in times of stress, illness, loss, bereavement and death. For some people, but by no means all, this sense of oneness is found explicitly in relation to God as the ultimate source of love.
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Dolores Krieger, PhD, RN
Copy of the lecture delivered at the Second United States Spiritist Medical Congress
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
“Bridging Medicine and Spirituality”
Thank you so much for inviting me to your Second Spiritist Medical Congress in the United States. I am sure there are as many ways to heal as there are ways for people to relate to each other; our commonality is in the expression of compassion to help or to heal those in need.
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