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Physicians' Religious Beliefs Influence End-of-Life Decisions
Added: Monday 6 September 2010
Physicians who describe themselves as nonreligious are almost twice as likely to make decisions that may end a patient's life compared with physicians who described themselves as religious, according to new research.
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