Ethical Issues in Death and Dying
Robert F. Weir (ed.)
Columbia University Press (1986)
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|Keywords||Medical ethics Terminal care Moral and ethical aspects Death Proof and certification Euthanasia Moral and ethical aspects Suicide Moral and ethical aspects Attitude to Death Death Ethics, Medical Euthanasia Suicide|
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|Call number||R726.E77 1986|
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