Newborn Infants With Severe Defects: A Survey of Paediatric Attitudes and Practices in the United Kingdom
BIOETHICS 1993 October; 7(5): 420-435
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Newborn Infants With Severe Defects: A Survey of Paediatric Attitudes and Practices in the United Kingdom Outterson, Carole (1993-10)This article reports the first results of a survey, by mail questionnaire, of the attitudes and practices of paediatricians with respect to the nontreatment of newborn infants with severe defects. Questionnaires were sent ...
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