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Do Low Survival Odds Mean Less Care?

“If a condition is thought to result in a low chance of survival, it translates into less care for the person with it,” writes Joel Michael Reynolds, The Hastings Center’s Rice Family Fellow in Bioethics and the Humanities, in AEON. “Invoking probabilities can create a fatal cycle that shapes how people understand the range of options at their disposal, and even the value of their children’s lives.”

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