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<p>It has been the generally accepted standard that a provider must warn a third party of the potential harm from a patient when there is significant threat of harm toward a reasonably identifiable person. However, the delicate balance of these ethical challenges has come under recent assault.</p>

Deconstructing the Duty to Warn Doctrine