Vaccines -- but Not as We Know Them: An Ethical Evaluation of HPV Vaccination Policy in Australia
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 2011 Apr; 35(2): 176-9
To show how systematic ethical evaluation of public health policy may reveal issues of moral significance for critical examination.
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