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Beneficence is not simply the opposite of nonmaleficence. Some would argue that while we always have a duty not to harm, we don't always have a duty to help.

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Analyses from the experience: Accessibility of testing and of treatment with ART for "vulnerable populations"-Interventions to fight AIDS in Senegal for MSM have promoted the visibility of these vulnerable populations-Risk of increased stigmatization related to testing or ARV treatment: AIDS may ...

The Ethics of Asking Children in Child Abuse Research

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Beyond Justice

Beyond Justice by Robert D. Orr Bioethics Forum Vol 15 (2) Bioethicists have generally looked after the contractual and fiduciary obligations of health care professionals to patients by their adherence to and insistence on the principles of ethical action - autonomy, nonmaleficence, beneficence ...

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