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Harm-Reduction Initiatives Violate Hippocratic Oath: New at Reason

On election day, Californians will vote on a number of propositions, including one increasing cigarette taxes and another requiring condoms in pornos. Steven Greenhut and Damon Jacobs write: Most of us have heard the dictum, "First, do no harm." It's often thought of as part of the Hippocratic Oath—the traditional oath that new physicians take, in which they pledge to uphold the finest traditions of medical practice.
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