When surgeons unwittingly don’t obtain informed consent

The BMJ Opinion, 6 October 2017
Authors: Fraser Smith and David Locke
“It is our belief that many patients with rectal cancer are (probably unwittingly) not being informed about potential treatment options which may be available to them that could allow them to avoid radical surgery and a stoma. In effect this is rendering informed consent invalid and represents a failure to safeguard patient autonomy.”
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