Public Health Ethics 7 (3):306-307 (2014)

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Michael Selgelid
Monash University
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Whether or not MSF should provide unconditional treatment for lead poisoning in Nigeria partly depends on answers to empirical questions regarding what the overall consequences of such a practice are likely to be. Conditional provision of treatment may yield greater health benefits (especially if treatment resources are limited)
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