Ethics, Antibiotics, and Public Policy
The widespread use of antibiotics in medicine and agriculture is encouraging the proliferation of antibiotic-resistant infections around the world. Our use of antibiotics is a global, inter-generational collective action problem. Public policies intended to solve the problem involve difﬁcult moral tradeoffs.
Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy
Digital USD Citation
Anomaly, Johnathan, "Ethics, Antibiotics, and Public Policy" (2016). Center for Health Law Policy and Bioethics. 45.