Bioethics: Readings & Cases
Baruch A. Brody, Hugo Tristram Engelhardt
Prentice-Hall, Jan 1, 1987 - Medical - 403 pages
This book is the first systematic integrated analysis of ethical issues in health care which combines an introduction to moral theory, a set of readings in health care ethics, and an extensive set of case studies.
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