Death in Literature
Weir, Robert F.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1980. 451 p.
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Gostin, Larry; Weir, Robert F. (1991)Medical practitioners often feel obligated to use all available procedures to sustain patients' lives. A review of case law indicates, however, that practitioners who abate treatment that is contrary to people's known ...
Weir, Robert F.; Peters, Charles (1997-11)Adolescents who are critically, chronically, and terminally ill traditionally have been given little voice in their health care treatment. But over the last three decades attitudes have begun to shift. The legal and medical ...