An illustrated history of truth in medicine

Who isn’t completely honest with patients? Some years after Hurricane Katrina (2005), I read an excellent book, Five Days at Memorial by Sheri Fink, about the alleged actions of medical staff who looked after patients in the flood-stricken Memorial Medical Centre. They were accused of administering sedatives and opiates with the intention of hastening death, i.e. committing... Continue Reading →

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