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Policies Ensure Ethical Care for Marginalized, At-Risk, Unrepresented Patients

06:02 EDT 17 Sep 2019 | Relias Media

Adults who have lost (or perhaps never had) decision-making capacity and do not have either an advance directive or an identifiable, capable, and willing surrogate may be the most vulnerable patients.

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