Medicolegal Implications of Constitutional Status for the Unborn: "Ambulatory Chalices" or "Priorities and Aspirations."
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review. 1988 Fall; 47(1): 3-57.
Abortion; Alcohol Abuse; Autonomy; Beginning of Life; Cesarean Section; Coercion; Conflict of Interest; Constitutional Law; Contraception; Criminal Law; Consent; Death; Decision Making; Drug Abuse; Discrimination; Embryos; Employment; Fetal Development; Fetal Therapy; Fetuses; Health; Health Hazards; Informed Consent; Injuries; International Aspects; Involuntary Commitment; Law; Legal Aspects; Legal Obligations; Legal Rights; Life; Liability; Personhood; Pregnant Women; Prenatal Injuries; Religion; Rights; Selective Abortion; Social Discrimination; Social Impact; Treatment Refusal; Value of Life; Values; Viability;
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