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Medical ethics: patients and relatives

Arvind R. Kapadia


Abstract

Medical ethics merits continued debate throughant the lifetimes of doctors, patients and their relatives. Sometimes this results in acrimony, throwing more heat than light on the subject. As of today, ethics are practised more in their breach than in their observance. Just as it is with sincerity, ethics cannot really be taught. Both must come from within.

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