Cholera and Nothing More

Public Health Ethics 3 (1):53-54 (2010)

This is a personal account highlighting some of the difficulties in dealing with a contagious epidemic in a resource poor setting. It shows a situation where you are limited in what you can do and asks what you should do when the interests of the population and of the individual conflict
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