Therapeutic abortion, a problem in law and medicine (Part 1 of 2)

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Therapeutic abortion, a problem in law and medicine (Part 1 of 2)
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Dr. Herbert Packer and Dr. Ralph Gampell, two practicing members of the legal and medical profession attempt to find a solution to bridging the disparity between the medical practice of therapeutic abortion and California's Criminal State laws at Stanford University. This tape provides valuable historical insight into therapeutic abortion and the Criminal penal code of the State of California. The discussion was recorded live in front of an audience at Stanford.

KPFA Folio note, June 7-20, 1959, p. 5 :

Therapeutic Abortion, a Problem In Law and Medicine.
A panel discussion held at Stanford University on April 21. Participants: Dr. Herbert L. Packer, Associate Professor of Law and Dr. Ralph J. Gampel, Lecturer in Law, both of Stanford. These men have recently completed a study of this subject.
Previously titled Therapeutic abortion in the state of California.

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KPFA 10 June 1959.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1959.
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