Strategies for Survival Versus Accepting Impermanence: Rationalizing Brain Death and Organ Transplantation Today
In: LaFleur, William R.; Böhme, Gernot; Shimazono, Susumu, eds. Dark Medicine: Rationalizing Medical Research. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2007: 165-179
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