yasha monk, i appreciate your time. thank you very much. >> my pleasure. >> back now with our medical team. sanjay, those are stark choices. any doctor makes. you know, we think about that happening on the battlefield. the idea they've now put out guidelines in italy, whether it's happening today or it's going to happen next week. or thankfully, let's hope it doesn't happen at all. but i don't think a lot of people here are used to situations where it's the doctor's call of, you know what, we just don't have time -- we just can't devote resources to saving your grandfather because there's somebody else who has a better chance of survival. >> we know we could potentially save your grandfather if we had the resources but we don't. that's the thing. doctors make triage decisions all the time but it's usually based on the fact they don't think someone would survive the treatment. these are people who would survive, if only we had enough resources. you know me a long time. i'm not the kind of guy that screams from the roof.
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