Toward a Moral Grounding of Pain Medicine: Consideration of Neuroscience, Reverence, Beneficence, and Autonomy
Niebr j, Leslaw T.
Jadamus-Niebr j, Danuta
Pain Physician 2008 January; 11(1): 7-12
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