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How Physicians Should and Shouldn’t Talk With Dying Patients

Hospitals should require patients to give explicit informed consent before physicians are authorized to discuss life-and-death matters with them offsite via technology

Credit: Catherine Quintana

Co-authored with Arthur Caplan




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Evan Selinger

Evan Selinger

Prof. Philosophy at RIT. Latest book: “Re-Engineering Humanity.” Bylines everywhere.

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