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# Police published a wanted

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VP
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04 Oct 2005, 00:30
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Police published a â€œwantedâ€

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04 Oct 2005, 00:44
C??

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04 Oct 2005, 01:14
I'll go with C. It is the only choice that states that it is not ethical to disclose identity of the physician's patient to law-enforcement agencies.

Other choices merely raise concerns about disclosing the information, but did not state if it is unethical if the information goes to the police.

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04 Oct 2005, 04:07
ywilfred wrote:
I'll go with C. It is the only choice that states that it is not ethical to disclose identity of the physician's patient to law-enforcement agencies.

Other choices merely raise concerns about disclosing the information, but did not state if it is unethical if the information goes to the police.

I agree.
I'm not quite convinced why (C) is the best choice, but none of the other choices are good at all.

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04 Oct 2005, 09:20
I also go with C

the requirements are to report the criminal if they have a gunshot wound or if they have an infectious disease. In this case, the criminal's disease is non-infectious so if the doctor were to report him, he would violate medical ethics

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04 Oct 2005, 10:20
This is a tricky one... but I think C is the best answer

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04 Oct 2005, 13:04
Though I agree none of the options are easy, i feel if the option of forensic doctors is considered E stands good chance .

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04 Oct 2005, 18:31
OA is C

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04 Oct 2005, 20:23
I'd go for C too.
A- adds to the argument that it would be ethical to report the individual.
B- goes beyond the constraints of the requirements in the argument by stating that it'd be unethical to report anything to authorities.
D- but already gunshot wounds are reported to the law enforcement agencies
E- same as D.
C - clearly agrees with reporting of gunshot wounds as ethical, but states it would be unethical to report anything further to law enforcement agencies specifically, thereby excluding the reporting of certain diseases to health agencies.

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04 Oct 2005, 20:23
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