Eric Campbell, a CU bioethics professor who specializes in conflicts-of-interest in the medical field, believes that may be difficult given the hospital and Ho’s ties to law enforcement.
Jason Persoff, the boys’ father, had been asleep. He works nights at the University of Colorado Hospital as an associate professor and assistant director of emergency preparedness…
That’s why a second test, for methylmalonic acid—which rises if B12 levels are low—is commonly done to confirm, according to hematologist Sally Stabler, professor of medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
“Even if you don’t decide to be in one of those databases, if a relative is in it, you are going to be there somehow,” says Matthew DeCamp, an internal medicine doctor and bioethicist from the University of Colorado.