As medical decisions grow ever more complex, hope and trust must remain central to every doctor's toolkit Whether it’s resuscitation after a cardiac arrest in a railway station or chemotherapy for a patient with widespread cancer, knowing when to stop is the most difficult decision a doctor has to make. The terribly sad case of baby Charlie Gard highlights how modern technology brings new ethical and moral problems. But the High Court brings victory to no one.
My experience as a cancer specialist has taught me that managing expectations from the very beginning is an imperative component of care. The Daily Telegraph