Physicians, patients don't always have same treatment goals

11/12/2012 | HealthDay News

Physicians may not understand or may ignore what patients want for medical treatment, Dartmouth researchers reported in the journal BMJ. For example, a study showed dementia patients put less emphasis on staying alive with declining mental functions than did their physicians, and another study found patients may change their minds about treatments when they can weigh the benefits and risks.

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