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How do you tell a doctor that the dosage of a drug he ordered falls outside the normal limits, or that a patient is in serious danger of aspirating if she’s fed as ordered? “Very tactfully,” advises Jonathan Cooperman, JD, an attorney based in Akron, Ohio.


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