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To truly help a patient, I should allow them decide their own choice by letting them hear different life stories.

  • english -

    allow them TO decide

  • English -

    That is not correct.

    It should either be:

    To truly help patients, I should allow them to decide . . .

    Or --

    To truly help a patient, I should allow him or her to decide . . .

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