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Paul Kelleher

"are we discussing the european methods of rationing health care service and medicine, the canadian, the japanese, chinese, nigerian, egyptian, israeli, US, germany, switzerland....?
or a philosophical discussion of rationing of health care service and medicine in the abstract."

We can discuss all of these, of course. But this post provides largely philosophical sources that present ethical reflections on what is required for allocations to be substantively and procedurally fair.

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