Justice, Compassion Needed in Treating AIDS Patients
Cox, John Michael
Health Progress. 1986 May; 67(4): 34-37.
Aids; Allowing to Die; Compassion; Confidentiality; Consent; Decision Making; Employment; Ethics; Family Members; Health; Health Facilities; Health Personnel; Hospitals; Institutional Ethics; Justice; Moral Obligations; Patient Care; Patients; Roman Catholic Ethics; Stigmatization; Third Party Consent; Withholding Treatment;
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