From a voluntary vaccination policy to mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 in cancer patients: an empirical and interdisciplinary study in bioethics
BMC Medical Ethics, August 2022
Henri-Corto Stoeklé, Sakina Sekkate, Elisabeth Angellier, Titouan Kennel, Asmahane Benmaziane, May Mabro, Jean-François Geay, Philippe Beuzeboc, Christian Hervé
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