Heroic Medicine, Physician Autonomy, and Patient Rights [book review of DECIDING WHO LIVES: FATEFUL CHOICES IN THE INTENSIVE-CARE NURSERY, by Renee R. Anspach; ALL GOD'S MISTAKES, by Charles L. Bosk; INTENSIVE CARE: MEDICAL ETHICS AND THE MEDICAL PROFESSION, by Robert Zussman]
Staffen, Lisa R.
Law and Social Inquiry 1994; 19: 753-773
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