Critical Essay: Musings on the Need to Convince Some People With Disabilities That End-of-Life Decision-Making Advocates Are Not Out to Get Them
Cerminara, Kathy L.
Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 2006 Winter; 37(2): 343-384
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