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    Medical Law, Ethics, And Bioethics, Defined

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    In your own words, define medical law, ethics, and bioethics. In your definitions, discuss the importance of each in the medical environment.

    Provide an example of each of the following in your analysis: a medical ethics dilemma, a bioethics situation, and a medical-legal problem.

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    In essence, medical law is the summation of the rules and guidelines that govern the practice of medicine. Ethics defines the morality involved in making decisions based on what is perceived as right and wrong, or just and unjust. Bioethics is the relationship between making decisions based on what is perceived as right ...

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    This solution defines medical law, ethics and bioethics, including a discussion on the importance of each in the medical environment.

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