The primacy of autonomy, honesty, and disclosure--Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs' placebo opinions.

Abstract

Foddy (2009) argues that the American Medical Association’s (AMA [Chicago, IL]) Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (CEJA) policy on placebos effectively prohibits the “safe, often effective, and sometimes necessary” (4) practice of utilizing placebos in clinical medicine and outlines an ethically defensible manner in which placebos may be prescribed… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/15265160903316339

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@article{Shah2009ThePO, title={The primacy of autonomy, honesty, and disclosure--Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs' placebo opinions.}, author={Kavita R Shah and Susan Dorr Goold}, journal={The American journal of bioethics : AJOB}, year={2009}, volume={9 12}, pages={15-7} }