The Civil Rights of Handicapped Infants: An Oklahoma `experiment'
Gerry, Martin H.
Issues in Law and Medicine. 1985 Jul; 1(1): 15-66.
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Gerry, Martin H. (1985-06)
Civil Rights and Regulatory Wrongs: The Reagan Administration and the Medical Treatment of Handicapped Infants Brown, Lawrence D. (1986)In March 1983, the Department of Health and Human Services began to issue a series of "Baby Doe" notices and regulations based on Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. DHHS actions were intended to prevent hospitals ...
Civil Rights and Regulatory Wrongs: The Reagan Administration and the Medical Treatment of Handicapped Infants Brown, Lawrence D. (1986-06)