For those like me who are interested in but perplexed by the medical/scientific issues raised in the last day or so by the neurologist who came onto the scene asserting that Shiavo was misdiagnosed, this AP story
(via ABC) does a nice job sorting it out.
Another neurologist and medical ethicist, Ronald Cranford, did a nice job earlier this week sorting out the inanity of Bill Frist's attempt to diagnose Schiavo from afar: "Tomorrow I will do a transplant surgery if [Frist] starts doing neurology. I have as much competence in transplant surgery as he is competent to do a neurological diagnosis on a videotape. He has no clue." (via the Washington Post