Health, Rights and Globalisation
Bennett, Belinda (Ed.) (2006) Health, Rights and Globalisation. The International Library of Medicine, Ethics and Law. Ashgate, Aldershot.
Draws together essays from leading scholars on the challenges that arise for health, law, policy and ethics at the intersections of health, rights and globalization. This book addresses global issues in public health, globalization and bioethics, and globalization and biotechnology.
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