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Is public policy (and especially public health) to be based on solid science, or is it to be based on the precautionary principle? Is it ethical to forbid, regulate, obligate and tax on the grounds of “just in case”, or on the grounds of scientifically indemonstrable statistics and epidemiology? And how far can we push this envelope?


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