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Community medical ethics

Ravi D'souza


We often saw patients being investigated for research purposes, not for their own good. I remember one seriously-ill patient being subjected to all sorts of painful tests, though he was clearly going to die anyway. When I asked my seniors, they said he was an interesting case, and they might as well see what they could find out about him. I felt I was too junior to complain.

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