Three Levels of Autonomy and One Long-Term Solution for Native American Health Care

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American Medical Association

This article, informed by ethical, clinical, and economic complexities in health decision-making among Native patients, discusses 3 levels of autonomy relevant to health decisions, including taking care of Indigenous peoples by increasing numbers of Native medical students.

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