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In whose best interests?: Childbirth choices and other health decisions

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In whose best interests? Childbirth choices and other health decisions. / Fovargue, Sara.

In: Law Quarterly Review, Vol. 137, 31.10.2021, p. 604-629.

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Fovargue, S 2021, 'In whose best interests? Childbirth choices and other health decisions', Law Quarterly Review, vol. 137, pp. 604-629.

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Fovargue, Sara. / In whose best interests? Childbirth choices and other health decisions. In: Law Quarterly Review. 2021 ; Vol. 137. pp. 604-629.

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