"This title was first published in 2003. The fulfilment of health care rights in a world where resources are scarce is a prominent issue. In this volume, Frances H. Miller introduces studies on a wide variety of aspects of this important yet complex process."--Provided by publisher.
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Part I The Rights-Resources Relationship / Frances H. Miller chapter 1 Shifting Paradigms in Bioethics and Health Law: The Rise of a New Pragmatism / Susan M. Wolf chapter 2 The Empire of Death: How Culture and Economics Affect Informed Consent in the U.S., the U.K., and Japan / George J. Annas part II Patient Rights / Frances H. Miller section Informed Consent / Frances H. Miller chapter 3 Bye-Bye Bolam: A Medical Litigation Revolution? chapter 4 Rogers v. Whitaker and informed consent in Australia: a fair dinkum duty of disclosure section Reproductive Rights / Frances H. Miller section Frozen Embryos chapter 5 Disputing over Embryos: Of Contracts and Consents chapter Posthumous Reproduction chapter 6 Posthumous Reproduction and the Meanings of Autonomy section Research Subjects' Rights chapter 7 The Suppressed Legacy of Nuremberg chapter 8 Research in Developing Countries: Taking ?Benefit? Seriously chapter 9 Experimental Treatment Oxymoron or Aspiration? section Genetics chapter 10 The Control of Genetic Research: Involving the ?Groups Between? chapter 11 How Will We Regulate Genetic Enhancement? section Balancing Rights: Individuals versus Society chapter 12 Public health and private lives part III Health Care Resources / Frances H. Miller section Resource Allocation Theory / Frances H. Miller chapter 13 McGiLL Lecture in Jurisprudence and Public Policy Justice in the Distribution of Health Care chapter 14 Symbols, Rationality, and Justice: Rationing Health Care chapter 15 Limits to Health Care: Fair Procedures, Democratic Deliberation, and the Legitimacy Problem for Insurers section Property Rights in Health Care Resources / Frances H. Miller chapter 16 Can Patents Deter Innovation? The Anticommons in Biomedical Research chapter 17 Human tissue:rights in the body and its parts section Legislative and Judicial Approaches to Resource Allocation / Frances H. Miller chapter 18 Resource Allocation in the National Health Service chapter 19 Health Care Rationing in the Courts: A Comparative Study section Resource Allocation and Vulnerable Groups / Frances H. Miller chapter 20 Life Style, Health Status, and Distributive Justice chapter 21 De Facto Health-Care Rationing by Age The Law Has No Remedy.
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