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Donald Harvey, Angels of Death, and Medical Futility

Donald Harvey died this week in prison.  Called the “Angel of Death,” the healthcare worker killed dozens of hospital patients in the 1970s and 1980s.

Interestingly, Harvey described his acts (mixing cyanide, rat poison, or arsenic into their foo…

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