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Medical Ethics and Women Role in Robin Cook's Coma and Fatal Cure
Technium Social Sciences Journal
Medical ethics are quite an essential and prevalent thematic issue in most of Robin Cook's novels. However, Robin Cook in his novels, Fatal Cure(1993) and Coma(1977) has presented a tremendous interest in the human ethical side which both novels constantly show in almost every single page. Robin intentionally brings contrasting images to show the importance of those roles that women play in medical professions. Ethics are the main drive towards any development, however, the two novels proposeddoi:10.47577/tssj.v37i1.7502 fatcat:becm2aemyfbxzfi6qwc64h76he