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Health professionals caring for asylum seekers face decisions about whether to participate in force-feeding hunger strikers, performing and reviewing unnecessary x-rays to assess detainees' ages, misusing detainees' health information, and discharging patients based on immigration officials' demands rather than patient safety. The latter action is a classic dual-loyalty dilemma reminiscent of some clinicians' actions during the Holocaust. This article investigates how professional organizationsdoi:10.1001/amajethics.2021.38 pmid:33554846 fatcat:7chmuunhgbgxdjyg5ltw54zr6m