Management of Post-Mortem Pregnancy: Legal and Philosophical Aspects

Recent advances in medical technology have provided healthcare staff with the possibility of maintaining the life of a brain-dead pregnant woman on life-support in order to achieve a successful delivery of the foetus. Management of Post-Mortem Pregnancy examines the legal and ethical difficulties surrounding such post-mortem management
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DOI 10.1558/hrge.v13i1.37
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