BioéthiqueOnline 1:12 (2012)

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Jeremy Snyder
Simon Fraser University
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International travel for medical care, or medical tourism, creates ethical and safety concerns for patients. Guidelines could be developed and distributed to help address these concerns, but they may at the same time appear to endorse this practice.
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