5 Cambridge Q. Healthcare Ethics [i] (1996)

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Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics
Volume 5, Number 1, Winter 1996

CONTENTS



From the Editors                                          1

Contributors                                              4

Special Section: Physician-Aided Death: The Escalating Debate
Encounters With Death
DAVID A. BENNAHUM                                         7
Legalizing Physician-Aided Death
ALEXANDER M. CAPRON                                      10
Setting Limits on Death: A View From the United States
SANDRA H. JOHNSON                                        24
A Middle Ground on Physician-Assisted Suicide
JAMES A. TULSKY, ANN ALPERS, AND BERNARD Lo          33
Should Physicians Assist the Reaper?
JORAM GRAF HABER                                         44
Living Versus Dying With Dignity: A New Perspective
on the Euthanasia Debate
TOM KOCH                                                 50
An Analysis of Arguments for and Against Euthanasia
and Assisted Suicide: Part One
DAVID C. THOMASMA                                        62
Narratives From The Netherlands
The Moment Will Come When I Can Only Love Him
by Killing Him.                                         77
What Is There to Be Frightened About? After All,
It's Not Like I Am Going to the Dentist!                83
The Euthanasia Mountain Gets Higher and Higher.    87
Physician-Assisted Suicide and the Dutch Courts
J. K. M. GEVERS                                          93
Euthanasia in The Netherlands: The Role of the Dutch
Medical Profession
R. J. M. DILLMANN                                       100
Teaching Euthanasia: The Integration of the Practice of
Euthanasia Into the Grief, Death, and Dying Curricula
of Postgraduate Family Medicine Training
GERRIT K. KIMSMA AND B. J. VAN DuIN                     107
Physician Aid-in-Dying: Toward a Harm Reduction
Approach
STEVE HEILIG AND STEPHEN JAMISON                        113
The Role of Institutional and Community Based Ethics
Committees in the Debate on Euthanasia and
Physician-Assisted Suicide
ROBERT L. SCHWARTZ AND THOMASINE KUSHNER                121


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