Survivorship and Medical Ethics
Death Studies 1985; 9(2): 115-131
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Barnard, David (1985)Barnard defines as the unsung questions of medical ethics those values implicit in the routines of everyday medical practice that determine the roles and responsibilities of both physician and patient. Based on the premise ...
Barnard, David; Clouser, K. Danner (1989-12)
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