Addiction, Ethics and Public Policy
Addiction 1997 September; 92(9): 1061-1070
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West, Robert (1997-09)Addiction affects the lives of all of human kind, either directly or indirectly. The cost to individuals and societies is immense and tackling the problem is as much one for policy makers as clinicians, counsellors ...
Government and Public Policy in the United States: What Should Be the Role of State and Federal Government in Regulating Genetic Data? [Proceedings of the International Symposium on Law and Science at the Crossroads: Biomedical Technology, Ethics, Public Policy, and the Law] Brown, Barry; Hicks, Stephen C.; Meyer, Roberta B.; Billings, Paul R.; Reilly, Philip R.; Yesley, Michael S.; Scheck, Barry; Gellman, Robert (1993-12)
Vested Interests in Addiction Research and Policy. Alcohol Industry Use of Social Aspect Public Relations Organizations Against Preventative Health Measures Miller, Peter G; de Groot, Florentine; McKenzie, Stephen; Droste, Nicolas (2011-09)It has been proposed that alcohol industry 'social aspects/public relations' organizations (SAPROs) serve the agenda of lending credibility to industry claims of corporate responsibility while promoting ineffective ...