A question of choice: bioethical reflections on a spiritual response to the technological imperative

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Ashgate Publishing Company, 1997 - Social Science - 242 pages
This book examines our understanding of the way in which our society deals with the issues of death and dying. The core of Pamela McGrath's work explores the disciplines of bioethics and palliative care, and looks into alternative community responses to dying, drawing from research from a specific hospice service.

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