Mr. Nikon
When the COVID-19 pandemic is fully over, those in the medical profession will still wrestle with these perennial human problems, but in our era’s unprecedented forms.

COMMENTARY: The pandemic has shed a light on over-use of medical technology, resource scarcity and limited access, an epidemic of loneliness, the use of euphemisms like “medical aid in dying,” and a growing inability within our culture to deal with suffering.

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