‘The Pain of Dying Is Hard to Know’: What We Heard This Week

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“The ache of dying is tough to know, and you do not wish to under-dose individuals.” — Joel Zivot, MD, of Emory College, discussing the not-guilty verdict for William Husel, DO, who was charged with murdering 14 patients with extreme doses of fentanyl.
“It was a nasty determination, sloppily completed.” — Georges Benjamin, MD, of the American Public Well being Affiliation, speaking a few choose’s ruling that struck down the federal COVID-19 mask mandate on airways and public transit.
“We don’t but know what’s behind this phenomenon.” — Tomas Kalincik, MD, PhD, of the College of Melbourne in Australia, concerning analysis displaying that more severe multiple sclerosis occurred at greater geographic latitudes in temperate zones.
“Boiron is aware of its merchandise are nugatory junk, so that they do the whole lot they’ll to obscure the reality as a way to offload their snake oil upon the unwitting, the ill-informed, and the susceptible.” — Nick Little, JD, of the Middle for Inquiry, on the lawsuit in opposition to a Pennsylvania-based producer that sells homeopathic treatments.
“They go right into a hospital, and it is like a warfare zone.” — Brian Hudson, of Avant Healthcare Professionals, on how pandemic disruptions affected nurses’ training, leaving many unprepared.
“We’re getting right down to 1 / 4 of physicians.” — Kelly Kenney, JD, CEO of the Physicians Advocacy Institute, on how medical doctors are fleeing private practice to hitch bigger well being methods and hospitals.

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