The Role of the Federal Government in Protecting Citizens From Communicable Diseases
Morgenstern, Michael S
University of Cincinnati Law Review 47(4): 537-571, 1978.
Communicable Diseases; Compensation; Consent; Decision Making; Disclosure; Drug Industry; Evaluation; Federal Government; Government; Government Regulation; Health; Historical Aspects; Immunization; Industry; Influenza; Informed Consent; Injuries; Insurance; Legal Liability; Liability; Mandatory Programs; Public Health; Regulation; Torts; Voluntary Programs;
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