Military Medicine in Humanitarian Missions
Zajtchuk, Joan T.
In: Beam, Thomas E.; Sparacino, Linette R., Pellegrino, Edmund D.; Hartle, Anthony E.; Howe, Edmund G., eds. Military Medical Ethics. Volume 2. Washington, DC: TMM Publications, Borden Institute, Walter Reed Army Medical Center; 2003: 773-804.
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