A Report From Japan: Choices of Japanese Patients in the Face of Disagreement
Bioethics 1998 April; 12(2): 162-172
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Asai, Atsushi; Kishino, Minako; Tsuguya, Fukui; Sakai, Masahiko; Yokota, Masako; Nakata, Kazumi; Sasakabe, Sumiko; Sawada, Kiyomi; Kaiji, Fumie (1998-04)BACKGROUND: Patients in different countries have different attitudes toward self-determination and medical information. Little is known how much respect Japanese patients feel should be given for their wishes about ...
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