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Medical Ethics Manual

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Medical Ethics Manual

Publisher: World Medical Association
ISBN/ASIN: 9299002819
Number of pages: 140

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This Manual is the result of a comprehensive global developmental and consultative process, guided and coordinated by the WMA Ethics Unit. The publication is specifically structured to reinforce and strengthen the ethical mindset and practice of physicians and provide tools to find ethical solutions to these dilemmas.

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