Contemporary Issues in Law, Medicine and Ethics
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 1996 - Law - 277 pages
This work presents a range of issues in law, medicine and ethics. Subjects covered include: professional ethics and business ethics; health rights, ethics and justice; refusal of consent to medical treatment of children; sterilization and minors; and maternal/foetal conflict.
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