Death before life: The legal status of cadaveric foetuses

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Death before life: The legal status of cadaveric foetuses. / Herrmann, Janne Rothmar.

Nordic Health Law in a European Context: Welfare State Perspectives on Patients' Rights and Biomedicine. ed. / Mette Hartlev; Elisabeth Rynning. Lund : Liber, 2011. p. 304-310.

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Harvard

Herrmann, JR 2011, Death before life: The legal status of cadaveric foetuses. in M Hartlev & E Rynning (eds), Nordic Health Law in a European Context: Welfare State Perspectives on Patients' Rights and Biomedicine. Liber, Lund, pp. 304-310.

APA

Herrmann, J. R. (2011). Death before life: The legal status of cadaveric foetuses. In M. Hartlev, & E. Rynning (Eds.), Nordic Health Law in a European Context: Welfare State Perspectives on Patients' Rights and Biomedicine (pp. 304-310). Lund: Liber.

Vancouver

Herrmann JR. Death before life: The legal status of cadaveric foetuses. In Hartlev M, Rynning E, editors, Nordic Health Law in a European Context: Welfare State Perspectives on Patients' Rights and Biomedicine. Lund: Liber. 2011. p. 304-310

Author

Herrmann, Janne Rothmar. / Death before life: The legal status of cadaveric foetuses. Nordic Health Law in a European Context: Welfare State Perspectives on Patients' Rights and Biomedicine. editor / Mette Hartlev ; Elisabeth Rynning. Lund : Liber, 2011. pp. 304-310

Bibtex

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