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(p. 411) 12. Health Resources and Dilemmas in Treatment 

(p. 411) 12. Health Resources and Dilemmas in Treatment
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(p. 411) 12. Health Resources and Dilemmas in Treatment
Author(s):

G. T. Laurie

, S. H. E. Harmon

, and E. S. Dove

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198826217.003.0012
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date: 28 February 2021

This chapter discusses ethical and legal aspects of the global distribution of medical resources; the allocation of national resources; and medical treatment of the individual. It argues that so long as decisions are made taking into account fundamental moral values and principles of equity, impartiality, and fairness, and provided the bases for decision making are flexible in relation to the times, then the underlying system is just and is likely to yield just results.

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