Topic: Legal rights in healthcare and public health.
Read Chapter 6 Individual Rights in Healthcare and Public Health and discuss the discussion question in Box 2:Depending on one's personal experience in obtaining health care, or one's view of the role of physicians in society, of law as a tool for social change, of the scope of medical ethics, or of the United States' place in the broader global community, the no-duty principle might seem appropriate, irresponsible, or downright wrong.Imagine you are traveling in a country where socialized medicine is the legal norm, and your discussion with a citizen of that country turns to the topic of your countries' respective health systems.When asked, how will you account for the fact that health care is far from being a fundamental right rooted in American law?
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