From informed consent to informed request: do we need a new gold standard?

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This article argues that a common ethical and legal standard for informed consent is needed which reflects the ethical principles of balancing beneficence (doing good) with respect for patient autonomy, and that such a standard should be informed by the principles of shared decision making. This article is only available to subscribers or for a fee.

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