Public Health Law and Ethics: A Reader

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Index
AA. See Alcoholics Anonymous
ACET. See Advisory Council for the Elimination of Tuberculosis
Act for the Involuntary Hospitalization of the Mentally Ill, 225
ADA. See Americans with Disabilities Act
Adams, John, 189
administrative law, 9–10, 230–243
advertising. See commercial speech
Advisory Council for the Elimination of Tuberculosis, 408, 410
African Americans, 246–247, 284, 312–320
African Charter, 121
Age Discrimination in Employment Act, 199
age-based classifications, 222
agencies: functions of, 231–239,
329–330; regulatory tools of, 244–253
AIDS. See HIV/AIDS
air pollution, 54, 68, 146, 150–151, 240
airbags, 177
alcohol, 135; content, specifying on beer labels, 356–357; minimum age for consumption, 178–181; and mortality, 51, 52–53; price of, advertising, 357–363; testing for, 399–404
Alcoholics Anonymous, 341
American Medical Association, 141, 246–247
American Public Health Association, 270
American Thoracic Society, 409
Americans with Disabilities Act, 90, 199, 399
Annas, George J., 96, 98–106
anthrax, 460, 461, 462, 465, 466–468
Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program, 461
antibiotics, 456–459; for anthrax, 467
Antigone, 99
Armstrong, Gregory L., 448–449
Army Corps of Engineers, 182, 233
Arrow, Kenneth J., 151, 153–157
ASARCO, 143
asbestos, 53, 146, 274
assault, infectious disease transmission as, 435–436, 439–441
assessment, 39–40, 477
assurance, 40–41, 477
Aum Shinrikyo cult, 446, 460
autonomy, 339–345, 346, 348–352, 378, 394, 398, 399–413, 482, 483
AVIP. See Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program
AZT, 319–320
bacteria, 420; resistant, 453, 455–459
bacteriology, 32
bathhouses, 252–253
Bayer, Ronald, 321–327, 408–412
Beachfront Management Act, 258–262
Beauchamp, Dan, 67, 68, 76–81
behavioral patterns, 57, 335; changing, 323, 342, 344, 347–348, 479
Bellah, Robert, 79
Bendectin, 281–286
benefit-cost analysis. See cost-benefit analysis
Benzene case, 144, 241
Berkelman, Ruth L., 296–299
Biggs, Hermann N., 301–302

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