1. Editor's Note
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  1. Why bioethics needs a concept of vulnerability
  2. Wendy Rogers, Catriona Mackenzie, Susan Dodds
  3. pp. 11-38
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  1. Responding to vulnerability: The case of injection drug use
  2. Elizabeth Ben-Ishai
  3. pp. 39-63
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  1. A global ethics approach to vulnerability
  2. Ruth Macklin
  3. pp. 64-81
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  1. How are pregnant women vulnerable research participants?
  2. Verina Wild
  3. pp. 82-104
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  1. (Un)expected suffering: The corporeal specificity of vulnerability
  2. Jessica Robyn Cadwallader
  3. pp. 105-125
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  1. Vulnerabilities compounded by social institutions
  2. Laura Guidry-Grimes, Elizabeth Victor
  3. pp. 126-146
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  1. Vulnerability, health, and illness
  2. Robyn Bluhm
  3. pp. 147-161
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  1. Carried and held: Getting good at being helped
  2. Park McArthur
  3. pp. 162-169
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  1. Respect for people in situations of vulnerability: A new principle for health-care professionals and health-care organizations
  2. Carolyn Ells
  3. pp. 180-185
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  1. My Imaginary Illness: A Journey into Uncertainty and Prejudice in Medical Diagnosis (review)
  2. Frances R. Batzer
  3. pp. 186-189
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  1. Introduction
  2. Wendy Rogers, Catriona Mackenzie, Susan Dodds
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  1. Contributors
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