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Halting vaccine rollout: is allowing harm worse than doing harm?

By Stephen John, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy of Public Health, University of Cambridge
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Underlying medicines 'do no harm' principle is a deeper claim that it is worse to do harm than to allow harm to happen.

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