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Discussion Question1. According to virtue ethics, who is more ethical—Martha, the one tempted tolook but doesn't, or Curtis, who isn't even tempted to look? Defend your answer. -Chapter 4Ethics ISSUE 1:Advertising by health care providers used to be considered inappropriate and unprofessional. However, now advertising by health care providers is commonplace and accepted by the various professional organizations, as long as there are no false or misleading statements.Discussion Questions1. A dentist advertises that he specializes in creating “dazzling smiles.” In your opinion, is this an ethical advertisement? Explain your answer. -2. A chiropractor advertises “miracle” treatments to alleviate back pain. In your opinion, is this an ethical advertisement? Explain your answer. -
3. Check your local newspaper for advertising by health care providers. Listen carefully to television ads by health care providers. Bring to class at least two ads from the newspaper and notes from the ads you listened to on television. Be sure to sort out ads that are for providers and those that are for prescription or nonprescription drugs. Are those ads misleading? Do they make promises that cannot be kept? Explain your answer. -