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Who Should Bear a Dying Man's Burden?

Pranay Sinha | Posted 03.02.2016 | Healthy Living
Pranay Sinha

As physicians, we know that the patients are suffering. We know that their chances of returning to the life they desire are nonexistent. We know that this is a difficult decision. Should we respect their right to self-determination and help them continue this difficult existence until they decide to stop?

Medical Misogyny: Kansas Mandates Substandard Abortion Care

David A. Grimes | Posted 06.14.2015 | Politics
David A. Grimes

SB 95 is an unwarranted and dangerous intrusion into the patient-physician relationship. The bill provides no medical or public health justification for outlawing the safest method of second-trimester abortion in the world today. Thus, one must conclude that the intent is to punish women by relegating them to obsolete care.

Vigilantes in Scrubs

Barbara Coombs Lee | Posted 06.02.2012 | Healthy Living
Barbara Coombs Lee

We need specific legal protection for professionals who honor their patients' end-of-life decisions and follow best-practice standards for managing end-of-life agonies.