The Case of Terri Schiavo: Ethics at the End of Life

Prometheus Books (2006)

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Arthur L. Caplan
New York University
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Keywords Right to die Moral and ethical aspects  Terminal care Moral and ethical aspects  Medical ethics  Coma Patients  Life Support Care ethics  Persistent Vegetative State  Enteral Nutrition  Famous Persons  Life Support Care legislation & jurisprudence
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Call number R726.C357 2006
ISBN(s) 159102398X
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