Difference between Beneficence and Nonmaleficence?

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Beneficence means to do something that will benefit others. Non-maleficence means to not do harm to anyone. The difference between beneficence and Non-maleficence is that in beneficence you must do something. You have to do something to make things better for someone. In nonmaleficence, you do not have to do anything, you simply have to not cause harm.
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