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Ethics and the idea of cancer control 

Ethics and the idea of cancer control
Ethics and the idea of cancer control

Lisa Schwartz

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date: 21 January 2021

Chapter 20 examines how proposed cancer control programmes can include ethical procedures and explore the value in their so doing and at the kinds of decisions that need to be made and at the ethical values and principles that can be applied to the decision-making processes.

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