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When is 'dead' really dead? What happens after a person 'flatlines'

By Amanda van Beinum, PhD Candidate, Sociology, Carleton University
Sonny Dhanani, Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa
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Is a person dead when their heart stops beating? It turns out that the classic “flatline” of death is not so straightforward.

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