Hurricane Katrina and the Legal and Bioethical Implications of Involuntary Euthanasia as a Component of Disaster Management in Extreme Emergency Situations
Shea, Fredericka K
Annals of health law / Loyola University Chicago, School of Law, Institute for Health Law 2010; 19(1 Spec No): 133-9
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