The Contributions of Medical History to Medical Ethics: The Case of Brain Death
In: Rehmann-Sutter, Christoph; Düwell, Marcus; Mieth, Dietmar, eds. Bioethics in Cultural Contexts: Reflections on Methods and Finitude. Dordrecht: Springer, 2006: 187-196
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