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Includes bibliographical references (p. 357-375) and index.
Three questions of justice -- What is the special moral importance of health? -- When are health inequalities unjust? The social determinants of health -- How can we meet health needs fairly when we can't meet them all? Accountability for reasonable resource allocation -- What do we owe each other? Implications of an integrated theory of justice and health -- Global aging and intergenerational equity -- Consent to workplace risk and health protection -- Medical professionalism and the care we should get -- Fairness in health sector reform -- Accountability for reasonableness in developing countries: two applications -- Reducing health disparities: no simple matter -- Priority setting and human rights -- International health inequalities and global justice: a concluding challenge.