Letting and Making Death Happen: Is There Really No Difference? The Problem of Moral Linkage
Dagi, T. F.
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL HUMANITIES 1990 Summer; 11(2): 81-90
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Dagi, T.F. (1990)While there may be no inherent moral distinction between withholding and withdrawing care, the two decisions have traditionally been perceived in different lights; the courts treat them differently; and they appear ...
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