The Ethics of Health Care Rationing
This volume explains why, and in what ways, health care is being rationed in the late-1990s health service. It examines the ethical questions which arise from this rationing and includes personal case studies, from surgeons to geriatric advisors.
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Scarcity and rationing
Choosing between individuals
Ethics and the structures of health care rationing
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