Medical Care for the Child at Risk: On State Supervention of Parental Autonomy
Yale Law Journal 86(4): 645-670, Mar 1977.
Adolescents; Allowing to Die; Autonomy; Case Studies; Child Abuse; Children; Coercion; Consent; Decision Making; Family Relationship; Government; Health; Health Care; Law; Legal Rights; Life; Obligations of Society; Parent Child Relationship; Parents; Privacy; Quality of Life; Rights; Risk; State Government; Terminally Ill; Treatment Refusal;
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