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AIDS: Society, Ethics and Law

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 11/2001
Edizione: 1° edizione

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This volume features a collection of the most important articles on the social, ethical and legal implications of a variety of problems caused by AIDS. The wide range of articles selected for inclusion were chosen on the basis of three criteria: their theoretical depth and coherence, their impact on the subsequent debate and on the social and ethical relevance of the problems addressed. Sections in the book include: physicians and patients, AIDS and the law, HIV testing, clinical research in developed countries, clinical research in developing countries and dying with dignity


Contents: Physician-Patient Relationship: Duty to Treat: Legal risks and responsibilities of physicians in the AIDS epidemic, George J. Annas; Duty to treat or right to refuse?, Norman Daniels; HIV infection, risk taking and the duty to treat, Doran Smolkin. Confidentiality/Privacy: Ethical and legal issues in AIDS-related practice, Gary B. Melton; HIV infection and AIDS: the ethics of medical confidentiality, Kenneth M. Boyd. Infected Health Care Workers: Infected physicians and invasive procedures: national policy and legal reality, Patti Miller Tereskerz, Ricard D. Pearson and Janine Jagger; HIV-positive health care workers and the obligation to disclose: do patients have the right to know?, Karen C. Lieberman and Arthur R. Derse. AIDS and the Law: The politics of AIDS: compulsory state powers, public health and civil liberties, Larry Gostin; AIDS, gays and state coercion, Richard D. Mohr; Legal AIDS: implications of AIDS and HIV for British and American law, Alistair Orr; HIV/AIDS, sex and the criminal law, Helen Power; Second international consultation on HIV/AIDS and human rights adopts international guidelines, Editor. HIV Testing: General: HIV-testing and informed consent - ethical considerations, G.R. McLean and T. Jenkins; Routine HIV testing of hospital patients and pregnant women: informed consent in the real world, Martin Gunderson, David Mayo and Frank Rhame. Pregnant Women: Informed consent for HIV testing in a South African hospital: is it truly informed and truly voluntary?, Quarraisha Abdool Karim, Salim S. Abdool Karim, Hoosen M. Coovadia and Mervyn Susser; Mandatory HIV testing and treating of child-bearing women: an unnatural, illegal and unsound approach, Theresa M. McGovern. Clinical Research: General: The law and ethics of psycho-social research on AIDS, Joni N. Gray and Gary B. Melton; The ethical conduct of clinical trials of HIV vaccines, Wendy K. Mariner; Harms of excluding pregnant women from clinical research: the case of HIV-infected pregnant women, Nancy E. Kass, Holly A. Taylor, and Patricia A. King; Non-compliance in AIDS research, John D. Arras. Community Consultation: Community consultation in socially sensitive research: lessons from clinical trials of treatments for AIDS, Gary B. Melton, Robert J. Levine, Gerald P. Koocher, Robert Rosenthal and William C. Thompson; Community consultation and AIDS clinical trials, parts 1-3, Herbert R. Spiers; Conducting social and behavioral AIDS research in drug treatment clinics, Joan E. Sieber and James L. Sorensen. Developing Countries: Unethical trials of interventions to reduce perinatal transmission of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus in developing countries, Peter Lurie and Sidney M. Wolfe; Ethical complexities of conducting research in developing countries, Harold Varmus and David Satcher; Human rights and maternal-fetal HIV transmission prevention trials in Africa, George J. Annas and Michael A. Grodin; The 'best proven therapeutic method' standard in clinical trials in technologically developing countries, Robert J. Levine; Ethical, behavioral and social aspects of HIV vaccine trials in developing countries, Peter Lurie, Makkonen Bishaw, Margaret A. Chesney, Molly Cooke, Maria Eugenia Lemos Fernandes, Norman Hearst, Edward Katongole-Mbide, Suporn Koetsawang, Christina P. Lindan, Jeffrey Mandel, Marvellous Mhloyi and Thomas J. Coates. Access to (Experimental) Drugs: Controlled clinical trials of AIDS drugs: the best hope, Ellen C. Cooper; The case for patient access to experimental therapy, Martin Delaney; Patient access to experimental drugs and AIDS clinical trial designs: ethical issues, Udo Schuklenk and Carlton Hogan; New rules for new drugs: the challenge of AIDS to the regulatory process, Harold Edgar and David J. Rothman; AIDS trials, civil liberties and the social control of therapy: should we embrace new drugs with open arms?, David A. Salisbury and Martin T. Schechter; AIDS and the FDA: an ethical case for limiting patient access to new medical therapies, Andrew F. Schorr; Developing drugs for the developing world: an economic, legal, moral and political dilemma, David B. Resnick; Some questions about the moral responsibilities of drug companies in developing countries, Dan W. Brock; Social responsibility and global pharmaceutical companies, Norman Daniels. Dying with Dignity: If I have AIDS then let me die now, Sophia Vinogradov, Joe E. Thornton, A.-J. Rock Levinson and Michael L. Callen; Going early, going late: the rationality of decisions about suicide in AIDS, Margaret P. Battin; Name index.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: The International Library of Medicine, Ethics and Law
Dimensioni: Ø 2.60 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 580

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