Jehovah's Witness Reflection

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My patient is Jehovah 's Witness and as his advocate I 'm going to help him to make the best health care decision due to his religion beliefs. As a healthcare provider for my patient its my responsibility to provide care that is in m patient best interest whether I agree or disagree. My patient is Jehovah 's Witness and he does not believe in blood transfusion because of his religious beliefs. He was diagnosed with chronic leukemia that can cause him to lose his life if the transfusion is not done every few weeks.

My patient tells me that he is not going to receive the transfusions because of his religion they believe that accepting blood from another source goes against their religious teachings and blood that is taken from

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