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Volume 12 Issue 2 (International Journal of Ethics) $90.00
A Theory of Informed Consent: The Information Patients Should Have
Joseph P. DeMarco and Douglas O. Stewart

A History of Translation and Interpretation of Informed Consent in Japan: The Reason Why “Japanized” Informed Consent Hurts Patients
Keiko Sato

High Court Decision Making in Informed Consent: Movement to the Reasonable Person in the Patient’s Position Standard and a Focus on Severe Adverse Outcomes of Low Chance (Probability) of Occurrence
Dennis J. Mazur

The Challenges of Informed Consent When Information and Time Are Limited
Diana Zuckerman and Christina Silcox

Using a Community Collaborative Model to Address Risk: Ethical, Legal, and Practice Issues Regarding Informed Consent
Susan Scott

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