Ethical Theory and Principles: Do They Have Any Relevance to Problems Arising in Everyday Practice?
Finnerty, James J.
Pinkerton, JoAnn V.
Ferguson, James E., II
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2000 August; 183(2): 301-308
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