From Cells to Selves: Ethics at the Beginning of Life -- a Paradigm for Making Difficult Choices in the Intensive Care Nursery
Benitz, William E.
CAMBRIDGE QUARTERLY OF HEALTHCARE ETHICS 1993 Summer; 2(3): 281-294
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Benitz, William E. (1993)In the 10 years since the birth of "Baby Doe," the decisions confronted daily by neonatologists and parents of sick or premature infants have been the focus of a great deal of attention....The following discussion describes ...
From Cells to Selves: Ethics at the Beginning of Life -- Acting or Letting Go: Medical Decision Making in Neonatology in the Netherlands Van Leeuwen, E.; Kimsma, G.K. (1993-06)
Toward a sociology of bioethics [review of Strangers at the Bedside: A History of How Law and Bioethics Transformed Medical Decision Making by David J. Rothman; All Gods Mistakes: Genetic Counseling in a Pediatric Hospital by Charles L. Bosk; Intensive Care: Medical Ethics and the Medical Profession by Robert Zussman; Deciding Who Lives: Fateful Choices in the Intensive-Care Nursery by Renée R. Anspach DeVries, Raymond G. (1995-03)