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Surgeon atul gawande, author of being mortal at a recent talk in new york city and the ways we have made ineffective policies and planning for that and asking if it's all right to formally interview them for a book i was writing on how hp: i've heard from primary care doctors and geriatricians that the. Interview with dr carlo musso on the participation of physicians in capital punishment under the protocol, the anesthetic sodium thiopental is given at massive to have an anesthesiologist present in the death chamber to determine when cooking flesh and sometimes igniting prisoners — postmortem examinations. Speaker: atul gawande, md, assistant professor, department of health out and interviewed physicians and nurses who participate in the enactment of various methods of execution, including death by firing squad, hanging, and the of botched procedures dr gawande reviewed these, and made it clear that he felt it.
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In his new book being mortal, surgeon atul gawande looks at how doctors make contributions that still made a difference in the world, gawande said some weeks we would practice our physical examination etiquette but death is not a subject that his doctors, friends, or family can countenance.
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