In the year 1948, the famous Declaration of Geneva came into being. This was one of the most achievements of the World Medical Association. Therefore, the aim of the declaration was to ensure that the ethical principles recompiled by the health care professionals in the best possible manner, there are four ethical principles they usually face and go through. The bioethical principles of justice, autonomy, nonmaleficence, and beneficence have been playing a vital role in ensuring that the medical group available in the worlds at large is in the position to assure that the people are provided with the best possible manner that there is a transition which goes and is able to reform the entire health industry of the world. The current and future generations of health professionals and populations are known for facing the challenges in the Anthropocene epoch in which the activities of the human being is the main driver. This has been an efficient reason for assuring that the global environmental facts are medicated in the maximum possible extent. Therefore, in the end what matters the most is to promise the concept of intragenerational equity and health which is essential to uphold the objectives of human values and behaviors.
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