A Terminally Ill Patient - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

A Terminally Ill Patient - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

Natalie and Marcel treat a terminally ill patient and disagree on the proper treatment on Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18.
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Disagreeing With Marcel - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

Disagreeing With Marcel - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

Natalie disagrees with Marcel's proposed treatment for a terminally ill patient on Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18.
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A Controversial Treatment - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

A Controversial Treatment - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

Natalie and Marcel disagree on whether or not to use a controversial treatment on a terminally patient on Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18.
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April's Consequences - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

April's Consequences - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

April faces the consequences of telling Ethan the truth about what she did with Marcel on Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18.
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Goodwin Is Worried - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

Goodwin Is Worried - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

Goodwin is worried about the possibility of Will repeating past mistakes on Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18.
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Past Mistakes - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

Past Mistakes - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

Goodwin is concerned that Will is repeating past mistakes once again on Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18.
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After the Reveal - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

After the Reveal - Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18

Ethan returns to medicine after learning that April kissed Marcel on Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18.
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Disagreeing on Treatment - Chicago Med

Disagreeing on Treatment - Chicago Med

Dr. Manning and Dr. Marcel treat a terminally ill patient and disagree over the best course of action on Chicago Med. "In the Name of Love" is the 18th episode of the show's fifth season.
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Chicago Med Season 5 Episode 18 Quotes

Elliot: No. No dialysis. She has an advance directive.
Evelyn: Don't listen to him. He lies.

Neurochemically, there is very little difference between the dopamine rush from drugs and from romantic relationships.

Charles