In a scene from 'The Good Doctor', Dr. Browne makes a promise to a patient with a malignant cancer that she will be well enough to attend her upcoming wedding. However, this promise goes against the hospital's official policy, which encourages doctors to tell the "ugly truth" about patients' conditions. Despite this, Dr. Browne believes she did the right thing because scaring the patient wouldn't have changed anything, and she needs to have the surgery.

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