Life and Death Decisions: Help in Making Tough Choices About Infertility, Abortion, Birth Defects, And AIDS
Baker Books, Jul 1, 1996 - Bioethics - 127 pages
Members of the Christian Medical and Dental Society tackle, with Christian perspective, the really tough ethical dilemmas of this generation, including abortion, AIDS, infertility, newborns with severe problems, and euthanasia.
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