One way of interpreting the events in this case is that clinical medicine on occasion functions as the “left hand of the law,” using quasi-legal techniques (e.g. pill counts, urine drug screens) to inform clinical decision-making. Do you agree with this interpretation? If so, what are the implications for the doctor-patient relationship? Can you think of any other examples of this?
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