Medical Ethics — general principles
References to medical ethics are to be found in the classic works of all schools of medicine in all cultures. Hippocrates commands the place of eminence amongst Greek physicians insisting on high ethical standards. Of the Roman physicians, Galen (AD 131 – 201) stands out as one who commended moral assessment of the human soul and body and exhorted his colleagues to strive to do their best for both.
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