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Controlling resurgent tuberculosis: public health agencies, public policy, and law.pdf
Gittler J. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 1994; 19(1) 107-147.


Detention and the evolving threat of tuberculosis: evidence, ethics and law.pdf
Coker R, Thomas M, Lock K, Martin R. Journal of Law, Medicine _ Ethics 2007; 35(4) 609-615.


Pandemic influenza: the threat, health system implications, and legal preparedness.pdf
Agwunobi JO. Journal of Law, Medicine _ Ethics 2007; 35(4) 23-27.


Legal preparation and pandemic influenza.pdf
De Ville K. Journal of Public Health Management Practice 2007; 13(3) 314-317.


The exercise of public health powers in cases of infectious disease: human rights implications.pdf
Martin R. Medical Law Review 2006; 14:132-143.


Public health vs. civil liberties.pdf
Bayer R, Colgrove J. Science 2002 September; 297:1811.


The use of quarantine and isolation as public health interventions.pdf
Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs. CEJA Report 1-I-05.


Is human rights prepared? Risk, rights and public health emergencies.pdf
Murphy T, Whitty N. Medical Law Review 2009; Advance Access May 8, 2009 doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwp007.


J.S. Mill and the American law of quarantine.pdf
Parmet WE. Public Health Ethics; 1(3)210-22.


Ethical and legal challenges posed by severe acute respiratory syndrome: implications for the control of severe infectious disease threats.pdf
Gostin LO, Bayer R, Fairchild AL. JAMA 2003; 290(24)3229-3237.


 
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