Health Care in Crisis: A Bioethical Perspective
Thomas J. Connolly
Laurdel Bioethics Foundation, 1982 - Bioethics - 352 pages
Consists of papers and reports presented during the First National Bioethical Conference, held at the University of New South Wales, Aug. 22-23, 1981.
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