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    Race, Power, and COVID-19: A Call for Advocacy Within Bioethics.Zamina Mithani, Jane Cooper & J. Wesley Boyd - 2020 - American Journal of Bioethics 21 (2):11-18.
    Events in 2020 have sparked a reimagination of how both individuals and institutions should consider race, power, health, and marginalization in society. In a response to these developments, we exa...
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    Looking Forward: A Response to Commentaries on “Race, Power and COVID-19: A Call for Advocacy Within Bioethics”.Zamina Mithani, Jane Cooper & J. Wesley Boyd - 2021 - American Journal of Bioethics 21 (5):W5-W7.
    The events of 2020 have shaken the core of bioethics in a way that we hope will pave a new and equitable, though perhaps uncomfortable, path forward. We would like to thank those who responded to o...
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    How Ought Health Care Be Allocated? Two Proposals.Elicia Grilley Green, Robert Truog & J. Wesley Boyd - 2019 - Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 62 (4):765-777.
    Proposals for how health care ought to be allocated and delivered in the United States have been debated for at least the last 80 years. The last major effort at expanding health-care coverage in the US was the Affordable Care Act, which went into law in 2010. The ACA increased the number of Americans who have medical insurance, but it has nonetheless fallen short of providing universal coverage, and as of 2017, 8.8% of Americans, or 28.5 million, were uninsured. So (...)
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    Narrative Aspects of a Doctor-Patient Encounter.J. Wesley Boyd - 1996 - Journal of Medical Humanities 17 (1):5-15.
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