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Harms versus benefits in medicine: not just a decision for experts

By Stephen John, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy of Public Health, University of Cambridge
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Even before the omicron variant emerged, many European countries were discussing whether to reintroduce lockdowns. In the UK, there are debates about vaccinating schoolchildren and about who should get booster jabs. These policies are controversial because they involve trade-offs. Even if lockdowns save lives, they can harm people’s health in other ways. Even…The Conversation

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