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Volume 12, Number 3, 1 March 2012

editorial

Dodging the Rules, Ruling the Dodgers
pp. 1-3(3)
Author: Morreim, Haavi

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Why Physicians Ought to Lie for Their Patients
pp. 4-12(9)
Authors: Tavaglione, Nicolas; Hurst, Samia A.

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Lying to Care for Patients: Hegelian Tragedy or MacIntyrean Triumph?
pp. 13-14(2)
Authors: Oermann, Eric Karl; Ewend, Matthew

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Why Physicians Should Not Lie for Their Patients
pp. 17-19(3)
Author: Sade, Robert M.

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Doctors Are People Too
pp. 19-21(3)
Author: Feen, Eli S.

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Clarifying the Nocebo Effect and Its Ethical Implications
pp. 30-31(2)
Author: Miller, Franklin G.

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Nocebo and Informed Consent in the Internet Era
pp. 31-33(3)
Authors: Meynen, Gerben; Swaab, Dick F.; Widdershoven, Guy

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Plenty to Worry About: Consent, Control, and Anxiety
pp. 35-36(2)
Author: Bromwich, Danielle

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Ulysses Contracts and the Nocebo Effect
pp. 37-39(3)
Author: Barilan, Y. M.

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book-review

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Review of Bruce Waller, Against Moral Responsibility 1
pp. 42-43(2)
Author: Hinkley, Charles

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De Minimis Risk Proposal Offers Little to Current Approach
pp. 46-48(3)
Authors: Wilets, Ilene; Martin, Glenn; Silverstein, Jeffrey H.

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