Current Issue

In my dual roles as a palliative care physician and philosopher-bioethicist, I am often struck by the seeming “disconnect” between largely agreed-upon moral norms—as espoused in the bioethics literature, outlined by professional guidelines, embodied in institutional and national policies, and upheld by court rulings—and the actual clinical practices that I witness on a regular basis. Perha… Click for More


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