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Smoking and health: is discrimination fair?

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The practice of discriminating against smokers for certain treatments is widespread. Discrimination is not wrong in itself; what is crucial is the criterion used. Discrimination against smokers appears to invoke criteria of benefit and desert. These criteria are not, and perhaps cannot be, applied consistently.

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