The Right to Die ... The Choice Is Yours (1987)
Choice in Dying
The film depicts two ``allowing to die'' situations, and goes on to urge everyone to consider and to prepare living wills and to name surrogates to make health care decision. A small seven page booklet accompanies this video. It consists of suggested questions for discussion, questions and answers providing information about patient rights, and most fequently asked questions.
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Unknown author (1987)Nobel prize winners discuss their work, explaining the history and development of molecular biology and the `revolution' in genetics. They raise ethical questions that may pose future problems.
Choice Rights and Abortion: The Begetting Choice Right and State Obstacles to Choice in Light of Artificial Womb Technology Goldstein, Mark A. (1978-07)