Alzheimer’s Disease and the Invisible Person: The Missing Patient Voice

American Journal of Bioethics 22 (7):87-90 (2022)
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There are at least three related issues that need to be resolved in this case: Who should be the patient’s medical decision-maker?, Should the patient be treated and possibly admitted?, and...

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