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Damnum versus Quaestus

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Damnum versus Quaestus
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AMA Journal of Ethics, July 2017
DOI 10.1001/journalofethics.2017.19.7.imhl1-1707
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Not only is bioethics fundamental to determining or guiding how we live and die, its role as the key interconnecting strand between various disciplines, the public, and decision makers is unique. The works featured here are from a collection entitled "Damnum versus Quaestus" (loss versus gain). They are informed by the lived experience of being with someone (described here as "the patient") as he or she lives through the process of dying.

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