June 2011
Issues in Law & Medicine;Summer2011, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p81
Academic Journal
The article presents several abstracts related to law and medicine including one on health care reform legislation in the U.S., one on physician assisted suicide and one on alternative medicine.


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