Helping your Loved One Accept a Second Opinion
By Vicki Rackner, M.D.
A situation all too common for caregivers is the reluctance of loved ones to get a second opinion. For instance, Jody, a caregiver, said, "My mother seems to have a million reasons for not getting a second medical opinion. She has some good points, and I'm often hard pressed to overcome her objections."
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