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The Doctor’s Dilemma is a play by George Bernard Shaw first staged in 1906. It is a problem play about the moral dilemmas created by limited medical resources and the conflicts between the demands of private medicine as a business and a vocation.

The Doctor's Dilemma

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The extensive preface to the play points out that there is another dilemma: poor doctors are easily tempted to perform costly but useless (and in the best case harmless) operations or treatments on their patients for personal gain. “Could I not make a better use of a pocketful of guineas than this man is making of his leg?” This was reportedly inspired by the behavior of a prominent Ear Nose and Throat specialist in London who had developed a simple and almost harmless operation to remove the uvula. This did not benefit any of his patients but made the surgeon a great deal of money.

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Name Of the Novel: The Doctor’s Dilemma
Author: George Bernard Shaw
Date premiered: 20 November 20, 1906
Place premiered: Royal Court Theatre, London
Original language: English
Subject: A doctor must decide who will receive scarce life-saving treatment
Genre: Problem play
Setting: A doctor’s consulting room; an artist’s studio
Book Type: pdf / ePub

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