Treatments of Last Resort: Informed Consent and the Diffusion of New Technology
King, Nancy M.P.
Mercer Law Review. 1991 Spring; 42(3): 1007-1050.
Aids; Alternatives; Autonomy; Beneficence; Biomedical Technologies; Coercion; Congenital Disorders; Costs and Benefits; Consent; Diagnosis; Disclosure; Drugs; Evaluation; Fetal Therapy; Food; Government; Government Regulation; Hearts; Human Experimentation; Informed Consent; Kidney Diseases; Legal Aspects; Life; Medical Devices; Negligence; Newborns; Organ Transplantation; Parental Consent; Paternalism; Patient Care; Physicians; Prenatal Diagnosis; Regulation; Research; Risks and Benefits; Standards; Surgery; Technology; Technology Assessment; Terminally Ill; Transplantation; Withholding Treatment; Wrongful Life;
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