A Case Conference Revisited: Commentary 2: An Obstructed Death and Medical Ethics
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS 16(2): 90-92, June 1990
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Higgs, Roger (1990-06)The dilemma of whether or not a doctor should tell a patient dying of cancer the truth remains a difficult one, as the disagreement between the two previous writers shows. One favours giving priority to patient autonomy, ...
Dunbar, Scott (1990-06)In this case analysis deception or lying to a dying patient is discussed within the context of different relationships: the relationship between the patient and her family doctor, the relationship between the patient and ...