Basic Questions on Healthcare: What Should Good Care Include?
John Kilner, John Frederic Kilner
Kregel Publications - Medical - 112 pages
Cutting-edge medical ethics issues are addressed by nationally recognized experts. "The BioBasics Series" confronts the maze of challenging questions raised by twenty-first-century bio-technology with biblical responses and uncompromising respect for all human life.
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