what are the four ethical principles guiding medical treatment


autonomythe patient must have independence and choice over treatmentjusticenew drugs/treatments should be fairly distributed between all members of societybeneficencea clinician should aim to improve the health of a patientnon-maleficencethe clinician must aim to do no harm to the patient

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