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Ontario CCB Directs Surrogate to Consent to Comfort Measures Only

In the latest of dozens of Ontario Consent and Capacity Board decisions (In re PN), the CCB directed a patient’s surrogate to consent to the physician’s proposed treatment in the event of a deterioration (“no CPR, no defribrillation, no mechanical vent…

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