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Principles of health care ethics

Sunil K Pandya


Edited by Raanan Gillon Assistant editor: Ann Lloyd. (Pp. 1118) Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, 1994. (174.2 – 81228) Principles of health care ethics is available at the library of the British Council Division of the British Deputy High Commission, Bombay. The figures in brackets refer to the call number at this library for this book.

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