Unrequested Termination of Life: Is It Permissible?
Van Der Wal, Gerrit
BIOETHICS 1993 July; 7(4): 330-339
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van der Wal, Gerrit (1993-07)Conclusion: One can appreciate and understand why doctors take action to terminate life without being requested by the patient who is suffering unbearably and pointlessly. But in my opinion such action is not permissible from ...
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