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AbstractMedical ethics has been defined as "the analytical activity in which the concepts, assumptions, beliefs, attitudes, emotions, reasons and arguments underlying medico-moral decision making are examined critically." This is a hot potato for debate, and anyone hoping that ethics will provide simple straightforward answers will be disappointed.
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