Preparation for Practice in the New Millennium: A Discussion of the Moral Implications of Multifetal Pregnancy Reduction
Nursing Ethics 2000 March; 7(2): 99-112
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Preparation for Practice in the New Millennium: A Discussion of the Moral Implications of Multifetal Pregnancy Reduction Begley, Ann-Marie (2000-03)This article approaches the problem of multifetal pregnancy reduction from a moral perspective. It is one of many complex moral issues arising from reproductive technology and is one with which midwives and nurses are ...
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