Wednesday, January 14, 2015


This report is worth a few minutes of your time. Questions about medical ethics are not abstract as they are likely to affect you or your loved ones. This report give patients and families insight into the thinking of physicians about life and death issues in 2014. ETHICS REPORT

1 comment:

MikiHope said...

This did not surprise me as much as I thought it would. It is good to know how a doctor MIGHT respond to a life threatening disease if I or my 92 year old Mom were to get one. Yes I believe in quality of life rather then quantity. There has been a disparity about treating different age groups for a long time now-I remember when it started-in the late 1970's-I happened to work in the bookkeeping office of a hospital at the time.