The Distribution of Doctors in the U.S.
Pellegrino, Edmund D.
Medical and Health Annual, (Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., 1982): 268-270
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Gaylin, Willard; Kass, Leon R.; Pellegrino, Edmund D.; Siegler, Mark (1988-04-08)Four physicians respond to "It's over, Debbie," an anonymous resident physician's account of an incident when he or she injected a terminally ill cancer patient with a lethal dose of morphine (
Pellegrino, Edmund D. (1992)In this article, I shall argue that physicians should not kill, directly or indirectly, even out of compassion, for three reasons. First, the moral arguments favoring euthanasia are logically inadequate. Second, killing by ...