Mon 2 June 2014, The Daily Telegraph

Why it’s often better not to resuscitate

By Max Pemberton
You are given a unique insight into the wonders of the human body as a doctor. You are also made aware of the chilling shortcomings of modern medicine. A study at Stanford University published last week showed that most doctors would reject aggressive treatment if they were terminally ill. Nearly...
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