Organ Donation: A Catholic and Interfaith Perspective on Its Ethical Warrants and Contemporary Public Policy Concerns
In: ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION IN RELIGIOUS, ETHICAL AND SOCIAL CONTENT by William R. DeLong. [Also Published As Journal Of Health Care Chaplaincy 5(1-2), 1993] pp. 109-121
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