SPOTLIGHT: More doctors take "shared decision making" approach

Nothing can take the uncertainty out of medical decisions. However, sometimes patients have an easier time living with decisions they've participated in making. That's why a growing number of physicians are adopting a model known as "shared decision-making," in which doctors give patients a thorough medical education on their particular condition and help them work through the pros and cons of various treatment options. Article

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