Consider the deception involved in getting Ayers into shelter at Lamp. Is such deceit an ethical approach?

Consider the deception involved in getting Ayers into shelter at Lamp. Is such deceit an ethical approach?

Is it all right to lie when the outcome might be a better living situation for Ayers? Is deception for the benefit of the patient ever acceptable in the diagnostic fields? (consider terminal diagnosis, genetic tests where no treatment is available, people who are not really ill but continue to seek medical attention)

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