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Acknowledging that the idea of rationing health care, particularly at the end of life, might incite too much anger to gather much rational consideration, a Johns Hopkins emeritus professor of neurology called for the start of a discussion anyway, with an opinion piece featured in January issue of the Journal of Medical Ethics.

Discussion of rationing end-of-life care