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Describes the Hungarian language of cardiology through contact linguistic analysis of Hungarian cardiology discharge reports. This title investigates how Hungarian physicians are influenced by the English language in their professional life, and what types of interference can be found in the Hungarian documents written by them.
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Criticizes the suggestive implication of newer bioethics that we need a new ethical paradigm in order to handle with the innovations of medicine and biotechnology. This book holds that these innovations have a suggestive character at all which is not relevant however in order to justify a paradigm shift in ethics.