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Grace Powers Monaco, Gilbert Smith
"Informed consent" is an action. It is a process that fulfills the pretreatment ethical obligations of provider to patient. Through the process, the provider discloses meaningful and realistic facts about positive and negative expectations concerning the proposed intervention and addresses concerns that are pertinent to the patient. Disclosure is of facts that are known or realistically expected to be known by a qualified provider regardless of background or product genus. The disclosure obligation does not vary with the background of the provider or the label given to the therapy...
December 2002: Seminars in Oncology
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