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Most physicians polled for a recent study say they feel an obligation to present all options to patients seeking legal but controversial procedures that the physicians object to, but more than one-quarter say they would not feel compelled to refer the patient to a doctor who did not object to the objectionable procedure.

Controversial treatments: Where does religion fit?