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Concept Treatment Refusal
Concept Treatment Outcome
Concept Therapeutic Misconception
Concept Therapeutic Human Experimentation
Concept Withholding Treatment
Academic Article Managed care and the new medical paternalism.
Academic Article Do the ward notes reflect the quality of end-of-life care?
Academic Article The rule of double effect: clearing up the double talk.
Academic Article Cancer, managed care, and therapeutic research: an ethicist's view.
Academic Article Physicians, cost control, and ethics.
Academic Article Killing and allowing to die: another look.
Academic Article Physicians' ethical beliefs about cost-control arrangements.
Academic Article Responding to intractable terminal suffering.
Academic Article The quality of mercy. Caring for patients with 'do not resuscitate' orders.
Academic Article Palliative treatment of last resort and assisted suicide.
Academic Article Publication of papers on assisted suicide and terminal sedation.
Academic Article Life-sustaining treatments: what do physicians want and do they express their wishes to others?
Academic Article Patient expectations of benefit from phase I clinical trials: linguistic considerations in diagnosing a therapeutic misconception.
Academic Article Heart and soul: the case of the conjoined twins.
Academic Article Terri Schiavo and the Roman Catholic tradition of forgoing extraordinary means of care.
Academic Article Informed consent without autonomy.
Academic Article Are withholding and withdrawing therapy always morally equivalent?
Academic Article The culture of faith and hope: patients' justifications for their high estimations of expected therapeutic benefit when enrolling in early phase oncology trials.
Academic Article More talk, less paper: predicting the accuracy of substituted judgments.
Academic Article Ethical analysis of withdrawing ventricular assist device support.
Academic Article Speaking of the value of life.
Academic Article Futility and the varieties of medical judgment.
Academic Article A computerized system for entering orders to limit treatment: implementation and evaluation.
Academic Article Do patients die because they have DNR orders, or do they have DNR orders because they are going to die?
Academic Article Sedation, alimentation, hydration, and equivocation: careful conversation about care at the end of life.
Academic Article A scale for measuring patient perceptions of the quality of end-of-life care and satisfaction with treatment: the reliability and validity of QUEST.
Academic Article A randomized trial of ethics education for medical house officers.
Academic Article Within you/without you: biotechnology, ontology, and ethics.
Academic Article Eleanor Roosevelt's last days: a bioethical case study.
Academic Article Dispositional optimism and therapeutic expectations in early-phase oncology trials.
Academic Article Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia in the ICU: A Dialogue on Core Ethical Issues.
Academic Article Ethical Analysis of Withdrawing Total Artificial Heart Support.
Academic Article The Trial of Ascertaining Individual Preferences for Loved Ones' Role in End-of-Life Decisions (TAILORED) Study: A Randomized Controlled Trial to Improve Surrogate Decision Making.
Academic Article Variations in Unrealistic Optimism Between Acceptors and Decliners of Early Phase Cancer Trials.
Academic Article Decision-Making of Patients With Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators at End of Life: Family Members' Experiences.
Academic Article Decisions to Withdraw Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Support: Patient Characteristics and Ethical Considerations.
Academic Article Statutes Governing Default Surrogate Decision Making for Mental Health Treatment.
Academic Article COUNTERPOINT: Is It Ethically Permissible to Unilaterally Withdraw Life-Sustaining Treatments for Reallocation During Crisis Standards of Care? No.

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