A Common Childhood Disease With a Vengeance-for a Fetus
Medical World News 1973 April 13; 14(15): 84D-84E
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Turnberg, L. (2003-02)The need to protect the public against the spread of communicable (infectious) disease provides a good example of the need for a commonsense approach to the use of confidential data. Laboratories need to notify different ...
Critical Issues Debates: Intervention for Infants With Fatal Heart Disease, Xenografting, and Brain Death Criteria for Anencephalic Infants. Debate I: Resolved: A Fetus or Infant Diagnosed With Fatal Heart Disease Should Be Referred For Transplantation or Palliative Surgery (Debate 1 of 3) Bailey, Leonard L.; Norwood, William; Allan, Lindsey D.; Press, Bill (1993-11)