Legal Issues in Brain Science Advances
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Critical Issues Debates: Intervention for Infants With Fatal Heart Disease, Xenografting, and Brain Death Criteria for Anencephalic Infants. Debate III: Resolved: Brain Death Criteria Must Be Revised So That Society Can Readily Benefit From Families Who Offer Their Anencephalic Infants as Organ Donors (Debate 3 of 3) Girvin, John; Capron, Alexander Morgan; Press, Bill (1993-11)