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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 19, Number 4, August 2005

FROM THE GUEST EDITORS
pp. iii-vii(5)

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HOW INFECTIOUS DISEASES GOT LEFT OUT – AND WHAT THIS OMISSION MIGHT HAVE MEANT FOR BIOETHICS
pp. 307-322(16)
Authors: FRANCIS, LESLIE P.; BATTIN, MARGARET P.; JACOBSON, JAY A.; SMITH, CHARLES B.; BOTKIN, JEFFREY

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OBLIGATORY PRECAUTIONS AGAINST INFECTION
pp. 323-335(13)
Author: VERWEIJ, MARCEL

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REFLECTING ON ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN WILDLIFE DISEASE
pp. 336-347(12)
Authors: MCCALLUM, HAMISH; HOCKING, BARBARA ANN

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MEDICATION PRACTICE AND FEMINIST THOUGHT: A THEORETICAL AND ETHICAL RESPONSE TO ADHERENCE IN HIV/AIDS
pp. 362-378(17)
Authors: BROYLES, LAUREN M.; COLBERT, ALISON M.; ERLEN, JUDITH A.

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ANTI-INFECTIVE THERAPY AT END OF LIFE: ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING IN HOSPICE-ELIGIBLE PATIENTS
pp. 379-392(14)
Authors: FORD, PAUL J.; FRASER, THOMAS G.; DAVIS, MELLAR P.; KODISH, ERIC

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SOME ETHICAL ISSUES ARISING FROM POLIO ERADICATION PROGRAMMES IN INDIA
pp. 393-406(14)
Authors: PAUL, YASH; DAWSON, ANGUS

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PREPARING FOR AN INFLUENZA PANDEMIC: ETHICAL ISSUES
pp. 422-431(10)
Author: KOTALIK, JARO

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THE ETHICS OF BIODEFENSE
pp. 432-446(15)
Author: KING, NICHOLAS B.

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THE CONTRIBUTORS
pp. 447-449(3)

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