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Futility Disputes – An Interminable and Intractable Failure of Medical Decision Making

Check out this video of Bob Truog presenting “Futility Disputes – An Interminable and Intractable Failure of Medical Decision Making” at the Children’s Mercy Kansas City 2016 Pediatric Bioethics Symposium.  

This presentation frames and places the medical futility debate in a wider context than is usually discussed.  

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