Ethics Health Policy and Zika From Emergency to Global Epidemic

Jamrozik, E. and Selgelid, M.J. (2018). Ethics, Health Policy, and Zika: From Emergency to Global Epidemic. (Abstract only.) Journal of Medical Ethics. 44(5): 343-34.
The authors provide an overview of ethical issues associated with Zika related to reproduction, prenatal diagnosis of serious malformations, and unjust disparities in health outcomes. They also share that the outbreak has reenergized interest in public health ethics (e.g., vector control, climate change, and resource disparity).
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