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Is It Ethical to Study What Ought Not to Happen?
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, only an estimated 2% of all AIDS patients have access to treatment. As AIDS treatment access is scaled-up in the coming years, difficult rationing decisions will have to be made concerning ...
Health Inequalities and the UK Presidency of the EU
Compulsory Vaccination and Conscientious or Philosophical Exemptions: Past, Present, and Future
Compulsory vaccination has contributed to the success of immunisation programmes in the USA and Australia, yet the benefits from compulsory vaccination are not universally recognised. Some people--experts and the public ...
Secret Science: Tobacco Industry Research on Smoking Behaviour and Cigarette Toxicity
A lack of scientific data remains the principal obstacle to regulating cigarette toxicity. In particular, there is an immediate need to improve our understanding of the interaction between smoking behaviour and product ...