Should the Incapacitated Patient’s Prior Refusal of Dialysis Be Honored? The Value of a Systematic Approach to Gathering Data in an Ethics Consultation

American Journal of Bioethics 23 (8):90-91 (2023)
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In the early days of ethics consultation, two pioneer consultants noted that one of their important functions was to gather missing information and correct misinformation relevant to the facts of t...



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