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Medical ethics “has been strikingly consistent from Hippocrates to modern-day guidance. Whatever the future of US immigration policy, decent and humane treatment of children, as well as all other detainees, and preservation of the independence of physicians and other health professionals to meet patients’ medical and psychological needs are essential. Now is not a time to change the commitments, reputation, and integrity of physicians and the medical profession.”… New from Nancy Kass, Len Rubenstein, & Paul Spiegel

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