Hiv/aids Clinical Research, And The Claims Of Beneficence, Justice, And Integrity

Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 13 (4):404-413 (2004)
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Abstract

In a recent edition of the Medical Journal of Australia, Greg Dore and David Cooper called on persons in developed nations like Australia to bridge the divide between resource-rich countries to nations in the developing world, where therapies to ease or halt the ravages of the virus are nonexistent or in short supply.

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