When Parents Prefer to Defer: Is ‘Deferral’ Always Problematic in Pediatric Decision-Making?

American Journal of Bioethics 22 (6):24-26 (2022)
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In “Acquiescence Is Not Agreement: The Problem of Marginalization in Pediatric Decision Making,” Caruso Brown argues that clinicians and ethicists should attend to voices marginalized by hie...



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