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Baumann A, Audibert G, Lafaye CG, et al. Elective non-therapeutic intensive care and the four principles of medical ethics. J Med Ethics 2013;39:139–42.
As a result of an error in the XML the third author, Caroline Guibet Lafaye is listed incorrectly on Pubmed as Lafaye CG. She should be correctly listed as Guibet Lafaye C on Pubmed.
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