Published in Vaccine Weekly, December 15th, 2004
"This paper seeks to critically review a traditional objection to preventive medicine (which I call here the 'prevention problem'). The prevention problem is a concern about the supposedly inequitable distribution of benefits and risks of harm resulting from preventive medicine's focus on population-based interventions. This objection is potentially applicable to preventive vaccination programs and could be used to argue that such programs are unethical," a researcher in England reports.
"I explore the structure of the prevention...
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