Kommentar II zum Fall: „Heparin für Muslime – Wissenslücke: nicht vegan und nicht halal“

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Coors, M. Kommentar II zum Fall: „Heparin für Muslime – Wissenslücke: nicht vegan und nicht halal“. Ethik Med 31, 87–89 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00481-018-00513-2

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