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Discussion: Normative status of high-risk medical services

Discussion: Normative status of high-risk medical services

Various medical services carry a high risk for people subject to such services. However, in a situation such as current Covid-19 pandemic, providing necessary services to an infected person may be associated with high risk for those who provide for that person. To determine the normative status of medical services associated with this type of risk, we need to answer several questions. We invite you to read and join the discussion on this topic.

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