Letter #9 - Angelo Ditri AM ST/ RL ST 140 Letter #9...

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Angelo Ditri AM ST/ RL ST 140 Letter #9 Seesholtz 3/31/09 In regard to the question, do I think a physician, dentist, or pharmacists have the right to refuse treatment or to fill a prescription based on his/her personal religious beliefs. This to me is a very easy question to answer; I do not think they have the right to decline treatment. If someone is in need of medical assistance, it is your duty as a doctor to treat them. Regardless of age, race, sex, sexual orientation. It is your job to serve and treat all patients, not pick and choose who you want to help, or what might make life a little easier for yourself. If your religious beliefs interfere with your duty as a doctor, then honestly I don’t think you should have become a doctor. Religion is very important thing don’t get me wrong, but treating another human being to help him/her get better is just something that seems more important to me. As far as the opinions expressed by the Pope, that’s exactly what I think they
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2009 for the course ENGL 15 taught by Professor Deborahmorkun during the Spring '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Letter #9 - Angelo Ditri AM ST/ RL ST 140 Letter #9...

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