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Ethical dilemmas in breaking bad news

K M Mohandas


One of my concerns after joining a cancer hospital was the manner of conveying the diagnosis to the patient with cancer. Most of us receive little formal training on this aspect of medicine during undergraduate and postgraduate training. All I can recall is telling the relatives of patients with acute myocardial infraction or stroke of a 25% possibility of death.

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