From Uganda

Merriman, Anne
March 2003
Palliative Medicine;Mar2003, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p152
Academic Journal
Focuses on the cultural implications of euthanasia in a typical society of Uganda. Opinion of patients regarding legalization of euthanasia; Views of health professionals on the need or physician-assisted suicide.


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