Medicine in Handcuffs: Restraining Prisoners and Detainees Undergoing Medical Treatment and Hospitalisation
Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (2003)
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|Keywords||Medical ethics Prisoners Medical care Restraint of prisoners Human rights|
|Call number||R725.5.L83 2003|
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