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Few Doctors Admit Helping Patient Die
Shaffer, Terry - The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Jun 28, 1974
Start Page:9B
Pages:1
 Abstract (Document Summary)

CHICAGO--Doctors generally agree that a patient near death with no hope for recovery should be allowed to die mercifully, but few are willing to admit that they have "helped" the death by removing life-sustaining treatment.

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