I have no issue whether Commander Sean Conley, DO., USN has an MD or DO as his medical discipline and healing tradition. But I have serious concerns about his conduct that is publicly discernable and the misleading statements about when and what tests were used for President Trump and what the results are of the tests for COVID-19 and its impact on the lungs and other vital tissues.
Velandy Manohar, MD
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What makes a good death?
I support the perspective articulated by Paul Bluestein in “It is time for Connecticut to pass an Aid-in-Dying Bill.” I want to express my gratitude and admiration for the efforts of Connecticut State Medical Society President Dr. Claudia Gruss, the Ethics Committee led by Dr. Henry Jacobs and EVP/CEO Matt Katz “who undertook thoughtful and careful clinical and ethical discussions” to arrive at a new policy on medical aid-in-dying: