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'Ban on buy-one-get-one-free junk food deals delayed for a year'- Should clinicians have an opinion on this?

Are incentives like these imperative to reduce Obesity rates and related morbidity or undermining of personal autonomy?
https://news.sky.com/story/cost-of-living-ban-on-buy-one-get-one-free-junk-food-deals-delayed-for-a-year-as-pm-accused-of-playing-politics-with-kids-health-12612384
#bioethics
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Our virtual seminars continue on 25 May with Patrick Kelly of Vanderbilt University discussing his article 'Operating room time as a limited resource: ethical considerations for allocation'.
http://bit.ly/3sFfUUQ
Just £5 or free for @IMEweb members
#healthcare #clinicalethics

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