Chisholm Health Ethics Bulletin 11 (2):6 (2005)
AbstractMoates, Anne Australian's are proud of their sporting heroes and support all manner and types of sport either as participants or observers. Increasingly, the limits of what is humanly achievable in terms of speed, distance and endurance are stretched. There are risks to health and well-being inherent in participating in sport, yet physical activity is important for health and well being. The following article briefly discusses some of the moral challenges that may arise in sports medicine
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