Justice, Luck & Responsibility in Health Care
Philosophical Background and Ethical Implications for End-of-Life Care
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The first volume to provide a comprehensive philosophical framework for understanding the concepts of justice, luck and responsibility in health care
Covers important topics in contemporary health care such as euthanasia in persons with dementia, prenatal diagnosis and selective abortion, vaccination, and advance directives
Provides an analysis from three categories of academic scholars (philosophers, economists, and theologians)?
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Part of the Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy book series (LOET, volume 30)