Medical Ethics in Pediatric Oncology

Nitya A. Narayan, MD
Published: Sunday, Nov 12, 2017
Nitya A. Narayan, MD

Nitya A. Narayan, MD
"First, do no harm.” This Hippocratic Oath is practically the initial we hear when we graduate from medical school and are set loose on patients as real doctors. In fairness, I think it hits very few people in that moment what that oath is about. You think you know what you’re saying—you certainly don’t plan to hurt anyone, and you are hoping to help many. In my case, as an oncologist and hematologist, I am focusing specifically on helping children.
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