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Implications of ethics to medicine- veterinary and human: the fact of illness and the act of pro-fession: some notes on the source of professional obligation

By Edmund D. Pellegrino

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Category Book Sections
Date 1978
Publication Title Implications of history and ethics to medicine: veterinary and human
Pages 78-89
Publisher Centennial Academic Assembly, Texas A&M University
Location of Publication College Station, TX
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  1. Ethics
  2. Medical ethics
  3. Medication
  4. Veterinary medicine