1. Bioethics: Perspectives from China
  2. Qiu Renzong
  3. p. 107
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  1. Ethical Issues in the Medical Security System in Mainland China
  2. Qiu Renzong
  3. pp. 108-124
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  1. The Tort Law of P.R. China and the Implementation of Informed Consent
  2. Zhu Wei
  3. pp. 125-142
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  1. Can the No Fault Approach to Compensation for HIV Infection through Blood Transfusion be Ethically Justified?
  2. Zhai Xiaomei
  3. pp. 143-157
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  1. Ethical Challenges to Punitive Law on Drug Users in China
  2. Huang Wen
  3. pp. 158-173
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  1. Ethical Enquiry into the Conditions under which Involuntary Commitment Can be Ethically Justified
  2. Liu Ran
  3. pp. 174-186
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  1. Reconsidering the Danger Criterion in China’s Mental Health Law: From an Ethical Perspective
  2. Hu Lin-Ying
  3. pp. 187-196
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  1. Bioethics—The Basics by Alastair V. Campbell (review)
  2. Amar Jesani
  3. pp. 197-200
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 201-202
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