Medical Ethics in Life and Death
Editorial Research Reports. 1984 Feb 24; 1(8): 147-168.
Adults; Allowing to Die; Artificial Feeding; Chronically Ill; Clinical Ethics; Clinical Ethics Committees; Competence; Congenital Disorders; Death; Decision Making; Determination of Death; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Euthanasia; Extraordinary Treatment; Federal Government; Government; Government Regulation; Health; Life; Living Wills; Medical Ethics; Medicine; Minors; Newborns; Persistent Vegetative State; Preventive Medicine; Prolongation of Life; Public Policy; Quality of Life; Regulation; Resource Allocation; Suicide; Terminally Ill; Treatment Refusal; Wills;
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