Unformatted text preview: for years after diagnosis (President Reagan lived 15 years after finding that he had Alzheimer’s). h I guess you could say we’re all born terminally ill. h Doerflinger’s point is that since we can’t really say what exactly counts as a terminal illness, we shouldn’t open up the definition. He doesn’t want doctors to lose their identity as keepers of life (replaced by “bringers of death”)....
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- Spring '11
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