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Mortal peril : our inalienable right to health care? /

Richard A. Epstein.

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Main Author: Epstein, Richard Allen
Published: Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., c1997.
Topics: Right to health care - United States. | Delivery of Health Care - United States. | Human Rights - United States. | Droit à la santé. | Santé publique - États-Unis.
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Preface: Seen But Not Heard -- Introduction: Hard Truths and Fresh Starts -- Pt. 1. Access to Health Care. 1. A Positive Case for Positive Rights. 2. Practical Obstacles to Positive Rights. 3. Demanded Care: An Exercise in Futility. 4. Necessity and Indigent Care: The Right to Say No. 5. Wealth and Disability. 6. Community Rating and Pre-existing Conditions. 7. Medicare: The Third Rail of American Politics. 8. Clintoncare: The Shipwreck -- Pt. 2. Self-Determination and Choice. 9. Alienability and Its Limitations: Of Surrogacy and Baby-Selling. 10. The Present: Shortages Without Solution. 11. Transplantation: The Supply Side. 12. Organ Transplantation: The Demand Side. 13. Active Euthanasia. 14. Physician-Assisted Suicide. 15. Abuse and Overreaching. 16. Unwelcome Constitutional Complications. 17. Incompetence. 18. History, Doctrine, and Evolution of Liability. 19. The Efficiency of the Liability System. 20. The Reform of the Liability System.
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