Bioethics in Europe
Council of Europe, Jan 1, 1995 - Bioethics - 366 pages
For the first time, a book sheds light on these issues beyond a national perspective. In a clear, accessible journalistic style, generously illustrated with examples, the two authors report on the variety of responses found in each country & on the harmonisation work done in Europe.
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