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Volume 1, Number 2, 1 February 2001

Editorial

Paid in Full?
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: McGee, Glenn

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Target Article

Justice, Health, and Healthcare
pp. 2-16(15)
Author: Daniels, Norman

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Open Peer Commentaries

Health and Equality of Opportunity
pp. 17-19(3)
Author: Kamm, Frances M.

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Healthcare Justice and Rational Democratic Deliberation
pp. 20-21(2)
Author: Fleck, Leonard

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Justice as Cardiovascular Therapy
pp. 24-25(2)
Author: Zoloth, Laurie

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Why Retreat to Procedural Justice?
pp. 25-26(2)
Author: Mahowald, Mary B.

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Biopsychosocial Foundations
pp. 26-27(2)
Author: Schaffner, Kenneth F.

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Justice in Healthcare and Dimpled Chads
pp. 29-30(2)
Author: Gorovitz, Samuel

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Rationing Problems and the Aims of Ethical Theory
pp. 30-31(2)
Author: Kumar, Rahul

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Justice, Medicine, and Medical Care
pp. 32-33(2)
Author: Rhodes, Rosamond

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Good Policy, Good Process
pp. 34-35(2)
Author: Ells, Carolyn

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The Social Nexus of Healthcare
pp. 37-37(1)
Author: Loewy, Erich H.

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Justice and Human Nature
pp. 38-39(2)
Author: Hackler, Chris

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Opportunity Is Not the Key
pp. 1b-2b(2)
Author: Sreenivasan, Gopal

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Operation of Justice in a Public Healthcare System
pp. 1c-2c(2)
Author: Viens, Adrian M.

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Some Definitions Needed
pp. 1d-1d(1)
Author: Wertz, Dorothy

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Is Illness Care About Justice?
pp. 1e-2e(2)
Author: Frank, Arthur

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Target Article

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Open Peer Commentaries

How Much Are Subjects Paid to Participate in Research?
pp. 45-46(2)
Authors: Latterman, Jessica; Merz, Jon F.

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It's Not About the Money
pp. 46-47(2)
Author: Moreno, Jonathan D.

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Payments to Research Participants: The Importance of Context
pp. 47-47(1)
Author: Dresser, Rebecca

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Participation as Commodity, Participation as Gift
pp. 48-48(1)
Author: Chambers, Tod

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Justice for the Professional Guinea Pig
pp. 51-53(3)
Authors: Lemmens, Trudo; Elliott, Carl

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Research Participation and Financial Inducements
pp. 54-56(3)
Author: Resnik, David B.

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Payments to Participants: Beware of the Trojan Horses
pp. 58-60(3)
Author: Vanderpool, Harold Y.

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Research Participation and Financial Inducements
pp. 60-61(2)
Author: Todd, Caroline

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Money, Consent, and Exploitation in Research
pp. 62-63(2)
Author: Ashcroft, Richard E.

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On Considering (What I Might Do for) Money
pp. 63-64(2)
Author: Heath, Erica

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Money and the Research Subject: A Comment on Grady
pp. 65-66(2)
Author: Siminoff, Laura A.

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Payment of Research Subjects: A Broader Perspective
pp. 66-67(2)
Author: Sears, Jeanne M.

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The Research Subject as Entrepreneur
pp. 67-69(3)
Authors: Anderson, James A.; Weijer, Charles

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Socio-Economic Status and Inducement to Participate
pp. 1f-2f(2)
Author: Viens, Adrian M.

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Maybe We Should Pay Them More
pp. 1h-1h(1)
Author: Zink, Sheldon

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Book Review

Book Review
pp. 70-72(3)
Authors: Lindemann Nelson, James; Lindemann Nelson, Hilde

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