The Appleton Consensus: Suggested International Guidelines for Decisions to Forego Medical Treatment
Stanley, John M.
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1989 Sep; 15(3): 129-136.
Thirty-three physicians, bioethicists, and medical economists from ten different countries met at Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin, to create
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The Appleton Consensus: Suggested International Guidelines for Decisions to Forgo Medical Treatment: Proceedings of Guidelines for Non-Treatment Decisions: An International Working Conference May 15-19, 1988, Lawrence University Program In Biomedical Ethics, Appleton, WI Unknown author (1989-03-13)
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