A clash at the bedside: patient autonomy v. a physician's professional conscience. Daar and F, J. The Hastings law journal, 44(6):1241--1289, August, 1993.
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@article{ daar_clash_1993,
  title = {A clash at the bedside: patient autonomy v. a physician's professional conscience},
  volume = {44},
  issn = {0017-8322},
  shorttitle = {A clash at the bedside},
  url = {http://ssrn.com/abstract=1417677},
  language = {eng},
  number = {6},
  journal = {The Hastings law journal},
  author = {Daar, Judith F},
  month = {August},
  year = {1993},
  pmid = {11652683},
  keywords = {Abortion, Induced, Adolescent, Advisory Committees, Aged, American Medical Association, Conscience, Decision Making, Ethics Committees, Ethics Committees, Clinical, Euthanasia, Passive, Family, Freedom, Guidelines as Topic, Hospitals, Human Rights, Humans, Infant, Jurisprudence, Lawyers, Life Support Care, Medical Futility, Moral Obligations, Nursing Homes, Patients, Patient Transfer, Persistent Vegetative State, Personal Autonomy, Physicians, Professional Autonomy, Public Policy, Refusal to Treat, Resuscitation, Social Responsibility, Societies, Treatment Refusal, United States, Withholding Treatment},
  pages = {1241--1289}
}
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