A minimum of 250 words each question and References(questions #1& 2) KEEP QUESTION WITH ANSWER Compared to other cultures, cardiovascular disease is the major killer in industrial nations. What are….
When asked, how will you account for the fact that health care is far from being a fundamental right rooted in American law?
1.Depending on one’s personal experience in obtaining health care, or one’s view of the role of physicians in society, of law as a tool for social change, of the scope of medical ethics, or of the United States’ place in the broader global community, the no-duty principle might seem appropriate, irresponsible, or downright wrong. Imagine you are traveling in a country where socialized medicine is the legal norm, and your discussion with a citizen of that country turns to the topic of your countries’ respective health systems. When asked, how will you account for the fact that health care is far from being a fundamental right rooted in American law?