Laws, Ethics and Professional Regulations
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The origin and uses of Primum Non Nocere — above all, do no harm!
This aphorism is attributed to Thomas Inman, an English Physician in 1860. Traditionally applied, the “do no harm” principle requires that healthcare providers weigh the risk that a given course of action will hurt a patient against its potential to improve the patient’s condition. In short, to perform a cost-benefit analysis.
Are vaccine mandates ethical?