Humanistic Perspectives in Medical Ethics

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policies of the 20's, more than anything else, have brought the Association to its present dilemma.

Its future may well depend on how convincingly it can rewrite--or expunge--those policies and on whether or not the House of Delegates' resolution of 1969 really means what it seems to say:

It is the basic right of every citizen to have available to him adequate health care.


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