BIOETHICS WITH A DIFFERENCE
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PRINCIPLES BEHIND DEFINITIONS OF DISEASES – A CRITICISM OF THE PRINCIPLE OF DISEASE MECHANISM AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PRAGMATIC ALTERNATIVE
ETHICAL DIMENSION OF PAEDIATRIC COCHLEAR IMPLANTATION
WHO SHALL BE ALLOWED TO GIVE? LIVING ORGAN DONORS AND THE CONCEPT OF AUTONOMY
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