Lives of Inestimable Value: Life Worthy of Life -- a Response to the National Health and Medical Research Council's "Discussion Paper on the Ethics of Limiting Life-Sustaining Treatment."
Issues in Law and Medicine. 1991 Fall; 7(2): 245-262.
Abortion; Advisory Committees; Aged; Allowing to Die; Birth Weight; Clinical Ethics; Community Services; Decision Making; Diagnosis; Discrimination; Economics; Ethics; Euthanasia; Health; Life; Low Birth Weight; Medical Research; Newborns; Organizational Policies; Patient Advocacy; Prematurity; Prenatal Diagnosis; Public Policy; Quality of Life; Research; Rights; Selective Abortion; Social Discrimination; Social worth; Spina Bifida; Stigmatization; Value of Life; Values;
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Lives of Inestimable Value: Life Worthy of Life : A Response to the National Health and Medical Research Council's "Discussion Paper on the Ethics of Limiting Life-Sustaining Treatment" Unknown author (Disabled Peoples' International (Australia) Limited, 1991-09)
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