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… it’s one thing to voluntarily tell your health story to a limited social circle. It’s another thing to be forced by the threat of bankruptcy or foreclosure to share it with the public.

“Compelling people to compete for funds based on how deserving your personal narrative is a tragedy in itself,” said Alan Regenberg, a bioethicist at Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics.

The system doesn’t allocate goods according to any overarching ethical concern such as saving the most lives, he said.

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