The Ethical Nature of Medicine (1989)
Loyola University Audiovisuals
Dr. Edmund P. Pellegrino focuses on the dual obligation of the physician to the medical profession and to the patients. In a time of change in health care, he says that trust cannot be enforced nor can care become a business. He thinks that the physician is the obligated agent of the patient.
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