Nature and Effects of Consent With Respect to the Right to Life and the Right to Physical and Mental Integrity in the Medical Field: Criminal and Private Law Aspects
Alberta Law Review 16(3): 293-356, 1978.
Children; Codes of Ethics; Competence; Criminal Law; Consent; Ethics; Euthanasia; Human Experimentation; Informed Consent; Involuntary Sterilization; Law; Legal Aspects; Life; Living Wills; Nature; Nontherapeutic Research; Prisoners; Research; Right to Life; Sterilization; Therapeutic Research; Third Party Consent; Transplantation; Wills;
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A Bill to Give Legal Status to the 'Living Will' Through Which an Individual May Make an Election as to the Extent of Medical Treatment and Life Sustaining Procedures He Will Receive in the Event That His Physical or Mental State Reaches Such A Point of Deterioration That He Is in a Terminal State Unknown author (Vermont. Legislature. House, 1977)