Despite the best planning, patients may change their minds at the end of life once they recognize their unique situations and their sometimes surprising decisions.
D espite many scientific advances, much of medicine still exists within a gray zone. ... Our new column, Gray Matters, will explore this dimension of medicine where physicians advise and patients choose among different treatment options in the face of
A physician tried to self-diagnose his symptoms of a feeling of suffocation and a change in gait. Experts review the cognitive biases that made the doctor overlook the right diagnosis.
In January 2012, we will launch a new column: “Gray Matters.” We will explore how patients and their physicians choose among different treatment options, illuminating the origins of patient preference, what ... for their coming column “Gray Matters,