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Brain Death: Expanding Duties to Accommodate Objections

I am delighted to lead the December 2016 Ethics Noon Conference at Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles:  “Brain Death: Expanding Duties to Accommodate Objections.”

This is a monthly conference, held in Harvey Morse Auditorium, and is open to all who work within, are affiliated with, or receive care at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.  The primary aim of these sessions is to raise the level of awareness and understanding of emerging issues and concerns in the realm of healthcare ethics.

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