My answer is that a physician's duty is to provide medical care to a patient. A patient has a reciprocal duty to cooperate and to be in good faith. Should a physician suspect that a patient is in any way non cooperative, in bad faith, or injecting irrelevant barriers to the doctor patient relationship, the physician has no duty to provide treatment and unless there is a life or death emergency, may refuse treatment.
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