The Ethics of Informed Consent in Relation to Prevention Screening Programmes
New Zealand Medical Journal. 1991 Mar 27; 104(908): 121-123.
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Prevention. How Much Harm? How Much Benefit? 4. the Ethics of Informed Consent for Preventive Screening Programs Marshall, Kenneth G. (1996-08-15)Preventive interventions may have few or unproven benefits, or they may even be harmful. Since three of the fundamental precepts of Western biomedical ethics are beneficence, non-maleficence and respect for individual autonomy, ...