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NOTES on James F. Childress (born 1940): Scarce Life-Saving Medical Resources

James F. Childress is a philosopher who has studied ethical issues involving scarce life-saving medical resources. He wrote about his findings in his article “Who Shall Live When Not All Can Live?”, published in Soundings, Vol. 53, No. 4 (Winter, … Continue reading

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