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Responsibility in a medical context refers to the duty of healthcare providers to act in the best interest of their patients, ensuring their well-being and safety. This includes maintaining patient confidentiality, providing accurate diagnoses and treatment options, obtaining informed consent, and delivering care with competence and compassion. Patients also have responsibilities in managing their health, such as adhering to treatment plans, communicating openly with healthcare providers, and making informed decisions about their care. In a broader societal context, responsibility involves promoting health education, disease prevention, and equitable access to healthcare services.

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