Jewish Medical Ethics: A Comparative and Historical Study of the Jewish Religious Attitude to Medicine and Its Practice
New York: Bloch, c1959, 1975. 439 p.
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Jakobovits, Immanuel (1983-06)Jewish contributions to medicine and medical ethics are outlined briefly by the Chief Rabbi of the British Commonwealth. Respect for the dignity and sanctity of human life, and a duty to preserve health, are grounded in ...
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