Removing the Uterus From Mentally Handicapped Women: Some Ethical Considerations
Medical Ethics: Journal of Forum for Medical Ethics Society 1994 February-April; 1(3): 10
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Hamer, C.L.; Rivlin, M.M. (2003-06)Taking organs from dead people seems, prima facie, to raise fewer ethical complications than taking organs from other sources. There are, however, serious ethical problems in taking organs from the dead unless there is ...