The Bioethical Concept of Life for Life in Judaism, Catholicism, and Islam: Abortion When Mother's Life Is in Danger
Padela, Aasim I.
JIMA: Journal of the Islamic Medical Association of North America 2010; 42(3): 99-105 [Online]. Accessed: http://jima.imana.org/article/view/5351/42_3-4 [2011 March 17]
Beginning of Life; Bioethics; Comparative Studies; Double Effect; Ethical Analysis; Ethics; Health; Islamic Ethics; Jewish Ethics; Law; Life; Maternal Health; Religious Ethics; Roman Catholic Ethics; Schools; Schools of Islamic Law; Sharia; Theology; Therapeutic Value of Life; Religious Ethics; Moral and Religious Aspects of Abortion;
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