Studies examine the patient's role in healthcare decision-making
In any discussion of healthcare, there's always a lot of emphasis on empowering patients, making patients active participants in their care and keeping patients fully informed of their situation.
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#1 Jun 8, 2013
The patient is indeed the one and only person in-charge of his or her own health. Doctors can only do so much if the patient is unwilling to try treatments. I have read several articles and this one blog http://dialysisinjuryhelpline.blogspot.com/ has really opened my eyes on kidney problems.
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