Medical Tourism, Medical Migration, and Global Justice: Implications for Biosecurity in a Globalized image

Medical Law Review, April 11, 2017
I. Glenn Cohen (Faculty Director)


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We live in the age of globalization. In medicine, that globalization has brought many benefits such as the diffusion of technology and the spread of health care training, but it has also brought threats to biosecurity. This article examines how medical tourism and medical migration pose risks to biosecurity. It also argues that designing legal responses to these risks requires not only technical competence but also a theory of global justice to guide that design.

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