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When All You Have Is Quality of Life — Making Medical Decisions in the Face of Uncertainty

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  • Meghan C. Halley, Ph.D.

The uncertainty underlying medical decisions and their effects on quality of life loom large in the context of undiagnosed disease. Indeed, in making decisions for a child with such a disease, quality of life may be a parent’s only compass.

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From the Center for Biomedical Ethics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA.

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