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Statement on the Care of the Terminally Ill
(New York Academy of Medicine, 1987-05)
Financing the Struggle Against AIDS
Iglehart reports on issues relating to the financing of medical care for AIDS patients. He begins by noting the evolutionary manner in which AIDS has been recognized as a major health problem in the United States. AIDS ...
The Moral Limits to Federal Funding for Kidney Disease
In the current era of cost-containment, Congress may reconsider its support for the End-Stage Renal Disease Program. Substantial reductions in funding for this program could be made by eliminating non-beneficial, marginally ...
Annual Report of Council, 1986-1987: Medical Ethics
(British Medical Association, 1987-03-28)
Recent activities of the Council of the British Medical Association (BMA) related to ethical and public policy issues are described. Concerning contraception for minors, the BMA continues to recommend that only in "exceptional" ...