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False Hope: When Waiting Your Turn Isn’t Fair

by Karin Sobeck Mr. X is a vibrant seventy-eight-year-old patient who would be exultant on a sunny day. He is an enthusiastic sailor who owns his own boat and regularly competes in regattas. His friends and family are amazed at how defiant he is to being classified as elderly. But, elderly he is. The only […]

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