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NBME 21 Answers

nbme21/Block 3/Question#3 (reveal difficulty score)
A 55-year-old African American man with ...
Tell the patient that he can change his mind about participating πŸ” / πŸ“Ί / 🌳

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linwanrun1357  If there is a choice about asking what the patient is worried about. Is this right? It does not sound like a dick :) +3  
champagnesupernova3  If this were about a treatment asking why hes worried would be right but hes kind of doing the hospital a favor so I dont think you're supposed to try to convince or pressure him +1  
brasel  also, any patient participating in any research study can withdraw whenever they want. Answer E is wrong because he shouldn't have to go through hoops to quit, he can just drop out at any time. +1  

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