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Type

Journal article

Journal

Bioethics

Publication Date

04/1992

Volume

6

Pages

130 - 157

Keywords

Analytical Approach, Health Care and Public Health, Strong Medicine: The Ethical Rationing of Health Care (Menzel, P.T.), Aged, Coercion, Community Participation, Congenital, Hereditary, and Neonatal Diseases and Abnormalities, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Decision Making, Delivery of Health Care, Economics, Ethical Theory, Ethics, Fees and Charges, Freedom, Health Care Rationing, Humans, Infant, Newborn, Life Style, Life Support Care, Malpractice, Moral Obligations, Paternalism, Patient Selection, Personal Autonomy, Poverty, Presumed Consent, Public Policy, Quality of Life, Quality-Adjusted Life Years, Resource Allocation, Smoking, Social Justice, Social Responsibility, Social Values, Social Welfare, Tissue Donors, Tissue and Organ Procurement, United States, Value of Life