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Controversies Surrounding Brain Death

by Chris Carroll, MD, MS. The death of any person can be tragic, even more so when that person is a child. ┬áRecently, there has been significant media coverage of the case of Jahi McMath, a 13-year old girl who … Continue reading

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End of Life Conversations are Becoming End of Life Confrontations

“How Dare You!” Life can change in a heartbeat. Most of us believe that our lives, our loves and all the that things that make us who we are is a gift from a higher power. One that can be … Continue reading

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Offer Hospice Patients a Smile.

Hospitals are busy places to work. The work is fast paced, and never seems to stop. For most physicians, the work ends when the work is done, or until you fall over, whichever comes first. So as a consultant, when … Continue reading

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