Volume 24, Number 2, Summer 2013


Why Careproviders May Conclude that Treating a Patient Is Futile

Edmund G. Howe



I shall examine one way that careproviders may come to judgments of “futility” in cases that are less than clear-cut, in the hope that, if such judgment is unwarranted, it may be avoided.



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