Severely Disabled Newborns: To Live or Let Die?
Jackson, Carol C.
Journal of Legal Medicine. 1987 Mar; 8(1): 135-176.
Allowing to Die; Anencephaly; Child Abuse; Clinical Ethics; Congenital Disorders; Decision Making; Down Syndrome; Ethics; Federal Government; Government; Government Regulation; Health; Hospitals; Infants; Institutional Policies; Judicial Action; Legal Aspects; Legislation; Life; Medical Records; Newborns; Parents; Physicians; Prematurity; Prognosis; Public Policy; Quality of Life; Records; Regulation; Rehabilitation; Standards; State Government; State Interest; Surgery; Treatment Refusal; Withholding Treatment;
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