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abortion accepted American artificial assault benefit bodily brain Bravery cadaver castration Catholic chromosomal clinical death common law compulsory sterilisation considered constitute contraception conversion surgery court crime criminal law cruel and unusual damages dead body defence definition of death discussed doctor donation drugs Edinburgh Ethics in Medical eugenic exists fact female Glanville Williams Gordon heart transplant hermaphrodite homicide hospital Human Tissue Act Ibid individual intersexualism involved issue judicial justified kidney legislation limited living donor Lord Kilbrandon male medical experimentation medical profession medical science ment mental moral negligence non-therapeutic normal opinion organ transplantation organs patient Penal Code performed person physician practice problems procedure Professor public policy purposes question reasonable recent recognised removal respiration result risk Scotland Scots law Scottish sexual spouse statute sterilisation operation sterility suggested supra surgeon surgical therapeutic tion transsexual transvestism vasectomy voluntary euthanasia voluntary sterilisation Wasmuth and Stewart Williams
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Freedom to Die: Moral and Legal Aspects of Euthanasia
Olive Ruth Russell
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