Why Crisis Pregnancy Centers are Legal but Unethical

Amy Bryant and Jonas Swartz

In this paper, Bryant and Schwarz construct an ethical argument against CPCs, particularly on the basis of nonmaleficence, which is the idea that health care providers “do not harm.” Through this analysis, they suggest that there are ways in which CPCs can operate in a more ethical manner and provide suggestions for current providers to help patients be aware of the existence and dangers of CPCs.

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