The Euthanasia Debate and Empirical Evidence: Separating Burdens to Others From One's Own Quality of Life
Ubel, Peter A.
Arnold, Robert M.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1994 Summer; 5(2): 155-158.
Allowing to Die; Assisted Suicide; Attitudes; Costs and Benefits; Death; Decision Making; Economics; Euthanasia; Family Members; Family Relationship; Life; Moral Policy; Motivation; Obligations to Society; Patients; Physicians; Prognosis; Psychological Stress; Public Policy; Quality of Life; Research; Research Design; Socioeconomic Factors; Suicide; Terminal Care; Treatment Refusal; Value of Life; Voluntary Euthanasia; Wedge Argument;
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