1. Why a Market in Organs is Inevitably Unethical
  2. Alastair V. Campbell
  3. pp. 164-176
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  1. The Unjustified Policy Against a Market in Kidneys
  2. Cansu Canca
  3. pp. 177-194
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  1. Advance Care Planning: What Gives Prior Wishes Normative Force?
  2. Nancy S. Jecker
  3. pp. 195-210
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  1. Reflections on the Development of Advance Directives in Hong Kong
  2. Tse Chun Yan
  3. pp. 211-223
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  1. What We Owe to Terminally Ill Patients: The Option of Physician-Assisted Suicide
  2. Hon-Lam Li
  3. pp. 224-243
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  1. On Rationally Valuing One’s Life
  2. Derek Baker
  3. pp. 244-257
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  1. Caring for Terminally Ill Patients: Existential and Spiritual Concerns
  2. Shekhar Kumta
  3. pp. 258-267
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  1. Introduction by the Guest Editors
  2. Bonnie Steinbock, Paul T. Menzel
  3. pp. 159-163
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