Medical Students' Attitudes Regarding the Use of Life- Sustaining Treatments for Themselves and for Elderly Persons
Social Science and Medicine 1998 February-March; 46(4-5): 467-474
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Life-Sustaining Treatments: What Doctors Do, What They Want for Themselves and What Elderly Persons Want Carmel, Sara (1999-11)In view of the current social dilemmas regarding the use of life-sustaining treatments (LST) at the end of life, the purpose of the study was to reveal sources of interpersonal and intrapersonal conflict among the most ...
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