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Park Ridge Center, ethics, faith


Park Ridge Center, Park Ridge, IL: The October 1993 issue of "Second Opinion" (ISSN 0890-1570) includes:

  • Initial Comment: The Chronic (Martin E. Marty) p. 8
  • Women and the Work of Caring (Debbie Ward) p. 11
  • Response: An Alternative for Miss B. (Gloria Miller) p. 27
  • Response: Not Gender but Economics (Raymond J. Lawrence, Jr.) p. 31
  • Response: Who Will Care? (Frances Leonard) p. 35
  • Response: Honoring Identity (Claudia George) p. 39
  • Response: Recognizing the Caregiver (Joyce Blackwell) p. 45
  • Response: No Room for Hierarchy (Deborah Flemister Mullen) p. 55
  • Our Bodies, Our Families: The Family's Role in Organ Donation (Charles J. Dougherty) p. 59
  • The Selling of Organs, the Sharing of Self (Courtney S. Campbell) p. 69
  • The Case: Voices (Tod S. Chambers) p. 81
  • Commentary: Ms. Lubell's Complaint (A Fictional Clinical Record) (Steven H. Miles) p. 93
  • Overview: "The Whole Story" (Kathryn Montgomery Hunter) p. 97
  • Leonard (C. Bryant) p. 105
  • Reflection: Learning the Hard Way (Mark D. Fox) p. 109
  • On the Bioethics Front: Patient Confidentiality (Nancy Boucot Cummings) p. 112
  • On the Bioethics Front: What Makes an "Other"? (Kathleen Nolan) p. 112


October 1993

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Second opinion: Health, Faith, and Ethics, 1993, V19 N2, October



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