Should patients be told of better care elsewhere?
New York Times, January 6, 2009
This New York Times article examines the question of whether part of the informed-consent process is doctors having an ethical obligation to tell patients if they are more likely to survive, be cured, live longer, or avoid complications by going to Hospital A instead of Hospital B.
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