The Right to Die: A Case for Reform
Nursing New Zealand 1998 November; 4(10): 21-23
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Perry, Clifton (1981-12)A policy of salvaging cadaver organs for transplantation without need of prior permission is defended on the grounds that the deceased do not have the moral right to deny viable organs to the living. It is argued that it ...