Contemporary Aspects of Medical Ethics in France
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1983 Sep; 9(3): 170-174.
Developments since World War II in French attitudes, practices, and law regarding abortion, artificial insemination, suicide, and clinical drug trials are examined. Technological progress is seen as creating a dilemma for the French physician, who has been trained as the guardian of traditional values but is now expected to adapt to the changing technical and social environment. (KIE abstract)
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Regnier, Francois (1974-09)
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