Life choices: confronting the life and death decisions created by modern medicine

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Simon and Schuster, 1986 - Philosophy - 288 pages
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Designed to help readers reach a coherent, sensible, and action-oriented decision on complicated medical issues, this book features up-to-date information, self-assessment tests, and over fifty case histories, including Karen Ann Quinlan and Barney Clark

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Contents

The Physician as Applied Ethicist
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BIOETHICAL THINKING
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Determining Your Bioethical Profile
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Copyright

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