U.S. Health Care Values

Professional Ethics, a Multidisciplinary Journal 2 (1-2):141-167 (1993)
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Abstract

Stark disparities exist in the United States' health care system. Thirty-five million Americans are uninsured, severely impeding their access to necessary health care. Concurrently, others receive health care services that are of unproven necessity and benefit. We assert that this situation is unjust and morally indefensible.

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