volume 16, issue 2, P46-46 2010
DOI: 10.1007/bf03355135
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Abstract: process is not to avoid meeting the patient's needs or fulfilling her desires, but rather to be sure that the decided-upon treatment course is the right one for both the patient and the physician. It is important to emphasize during these discussions that a physician does not need to share a common experience with a patient in order to empathize and ultimately provide a sound medical recommendation; for example, the majority of oncologists are not themselves cancer survivors.More often than not, the patient a…

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