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Biomedical ethics : opposing viewpoints /

Julie S. Bach, book editor, Susan Bursell & Bonnie Szumski, assistant editors.

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Names: Bach, Julie S., | Bursell, Susan, | Szumski, Bonnie,
Published: St. Paul, Minn. : Greenhaven Press, c1987.
Series: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Topics: Medical ethics. | Bioethics. | Ethics, Medical. | Éthique médicale.
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245 00|aBiomedical ethics :|bopposing viewpoints /|cJulie S. Bach, book editor, Susan Bursell & Bonnie Szumski, assistant editors.
260 |aSt. Paul, Minn. :|bGreenhaven Press,|cc1987.
300 |a216 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
490 1 |aOpposing viewpoints series
504 |aIncludes bibliographies and index.
505 00|tGenetic engineering will revolutionize society /|rSharon McAuliffe & Kathleen McAuliffe --|tGenetic engineering may threaten humanity /|rJeremy Rifkin --|tGenetic engineering poses great risks /|rMichael W. Fox --|tConcern over genetic engineering risks is unfounded /|rDavid Baltimore, an interview --|tGovernment and science can adequately regulate biotechnology /|rRalph W.F. Hardy & David J. Glass --|tGovernment biotechnology controls are not sufficient /|rGina Maranto --|tOrgan transplants save lives /|rCurrent Health 2 --|tOrgan transplants are destroying human values /|rMalcolm Muggeridge --|tPurchasing organs is unethical /|rThomas H. Murray --|tPurchasing organs is practical /|rFern Schumer Chapman, Emanuel Thorne & Gilah Langner --|tThe artificial heart should be used /|rHarry Schwartz --|tThe artificial heart should not be used /|rB.D. Colen --|tArtificial insemination by donor should be restricted /|rCharles Meyer --|tArtificial insemination by donor should be allowed /|rThe Ethics Committee of the American Fertility Society --|tSurrogate motherhood should be permitted /|rAlan A. Rassaby --|tSurrogate motherhood should not be permitted /|rGeorge J. Annas --|tDestroying human embryos is immoral /|rDavid T. Ozar --|tDestroying human embryos is acceptable /|rHelga Kuhse & Peter Singer --|tThe case for animal experimentation /|rMichael Allen Fox --|tThe case against animal experimentation /|rTom Regan --|tAnimal rights may take precedence over human needs /|rLawrence Finsen --|tAnimal rights should not take precedence over human needs /|rTibor R. Machan --|tThe profit motive improves health care /|rL. John Wilkerson --|tThe profit motive harms health care /|rDavid Hilfiker --|tThe poor should have equal access to health care /|rJoseph Meissner --|tEqual access to health care is impossible /|rE. Haavi Morreim --|tHealth care should focus on the patient /|rRoger S. Jones & Lawrence LeShan --|tFocusing on the patient is not enough /|rLewis Thomas.
520 |aOpposing viewpoints create a running debate on such issues as genetic engineering, organ transplants, reproductive technology, research on animals, and ethical guidelines in health care.
650 0|aMedical ethics.
650 2|aBioethics.
650 2|aEthics, Medical.
650 6|aÉthique médicale.
700 1 |aBach, Julie S.,|d1963-
700 1 |aBursell, Susan,|d1951-
700 1 |aSzumski, Bonnie,|d1958-
776 08|iOnline version:|tBiomedical ethics.|dSt. Paul, Minn. : Greenhaven Press, c1987|w(OCoLC)568672995
776 08|iOnline version:|tBiomedical ethics.|dSt. Paul, Minn. : Greenhaven Press, c1987|w(OCoLC)632047931
830 0|aOpposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
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