Frontiers in care: a case of compulsory treatment in AIDS dementia. Case study and commentaries

Journal of Medical Ethics 26 (1):61-65 (2000)

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A patient with AIDS dementia was confronted and compulsorily prevented from flying out of the country before being admitted against his will to hospital. While finding this on balance justified in the circumstances the commentators raise moral questions about the levels of care in general practice and within the couple's own relationships
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