respiratory

End-of-life care: no, we don’t all want ‘whatever it takes’ to prolong life

We all die eventually, of course, but these days it’s very hard for doctors and loved ones to let patients and relatives die without first doing “whatever it takes” to try to keep them alive. That is, unless they’ve left clear instructions to the contrary. The overwhelming priority for doctors is to save life. In ...

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