AC W10 Hippocratic Oath Modern

AC W10 Hippocratic Oath Modern - be spoken, I will keep in...

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Hippocratic Oath I do solemnly vow, to that which I value and hold most dear: T hat I will honor the Profession of Medicine, be just and generous to its members, and help sustain them in their service to humanity; T hat just as I have learned from those who preceded me, so will I instruct those who follow me in the science and the art of medicine; T hat I will recognize the limits of my knowledge and pursue lifelong learning to better care for the sick and to prevent illness; T hat I will seek the counsel of others when they are more expert so as to fulfill my obligation to those who are entrusted to my care; T hat I will not withdraw from my patients in their time of need; T hat I will lead my life and practice my art with integrity and honor, using my power wisely; T hat whatsoever I shall see or hear of the lives of my patients that is not fitting to
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Unformatted text preview: be spoken, I will keep in confidence; T hat into whatever house I shall enter, it shall be for the good of the sick; T hat I will maintain this sacred trust, holding myself far aloof from wrong, from corrupting, from the tempting of others to vice; T hat above all else I will serve the highest interests of my patients through the practice of my science and my art; T hat I will be an advocate for patients in need and strive for justice in the care of the sick. I now turn to my calling, promising to preserve its finest traditions, with the reward of a long experience in the joy of healing. I make this vow freely and upon my honor. Copyright 2005. Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY....
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