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Medical costs, moral choices
Paul T. Menzel
Bibliography, p237-256. - Includes index.
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Get this from a library. Medical costs, moral choices: a philosophy of health care economics in America. [Paul T Menzel]. MEDICAL COSTS, MORAL CHOICES: A PHILOSOPHY OF HEALTH CARE ECONOMICS IN AMERICA. By Paul T. Menzel. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, Pp. This book is a successful attempt to explore two basic facets of con-temporary health care: (1) the complex dilemma facing society because it adopted an essentially moral commitment to provide basic health.
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