Disability, Aging, and the Importance of Recognizing Social Supports in Medical Decision Making

American Journal of Bioethics 21 (11):1-3 (2021)
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The two target articles in this issue draw an important connection between disability bioethics and geriatric bioethics. Dominic JC Wilkinson makes a pragmatic case for using frailty as a fa...

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