1. Alister Browne & Bill Sullivan (2006). Advance Directives in Canada. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 15 (03):256-260.
    Advance directives enable individuals to project their healthcare preferences into a period of anticipated incapacity. With advance directives, individuals can designate whom they would like to have make healthcare decisions for them , or give their healthcare provider advice on what to do , or both. Canada has an unusually wide variety of legislative approaches to advance directives. In what follows we describe and evaluate these, with the aim of pointing the way toward the ideally best legislation and policies on (...)
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  2. Alister Browne & Bill Sullivan (2005). Abortion in Canada. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 14 (03):287-291.
    Canada is one of the few countries in the world—China is another—that has decriminalized abortion. In Canada, there are no legislative or judicial restrictions whatsoever on abortion: When, where, and under what circumstances abortions can be performed are all unregulated. In sharp contrast, abortion is generally illegal in South American and predominantly Catholic countries, as well as in African and Muslim countries. And the countries that do allow legal abortions, including most in Europe along with America, Australia, and Russia, typically (...)
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  3. Bill Sullivan & John Heng (1994). William J. Danaher, Ed., Australian Lonergan Workshop Reviewed By. Philosophy in Review 14 (6):384-386.
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