Petersen, Alan R.,, Munsie, Megan,, Tanner, Claire,, MacGregor, Casimir,Brophy, Jane. () Stem cell tourism and the political economy of hope /MLA Citation
Petersen, Alan R.,, Munsie, Megan,, Tanner, Claire,, MacGregor, Casimir,Brophy, Jane,Stem Cell Tourism And The Political Economy Of Hope. : . Print.
Stem cell tourism and the political economy of hope /
Alan Petersen, Megan Munsie, Claire Tanner, Casimir MacGregor, Jane Brophy.
|Author:||Petersen, Alan R.|
|Other Names:||Munsie, Megan, | Tanner, Claire, | MacGregor, Casimir, | Brophy, Jane,|
|Published:||London : Palgrave Macmillan, |
Health, technology, and society.
|Topics:||Medical Tourism - psychology. | Stem Cell Transplantation. | Sociological Factors. | Medical Tourism - ethics. | Stem cells. | Stem cells - Transplantation. | Medical tourism.|
The Significance of Other Patients' Personal Stories Community Support and Fund-Raising; The Experiences of 'Non-Travellers'; Not Wanting to Know Details of Treatment; Country of Destination; Conclusion; References; 3: Managing Hope; Heightened Expectations; Fringe Science; Concerned About the High Cost of Hope; Managers of Hope; 'Accidental' Advisors; Conclusion; References; 4: Hopeful Journeys of Stem Cell Tourists; Difficult Leaps of Faith: Journeys to the Clinic; At the Clinic; Treatment; Reflections: Home Again; Conclusion; References.
5: Exploiting Stem Cell Hopes in Germany Regulating Cell Therapies in Germany; Timing, Exemptions, and Terminology Ambiguity; Enter X-Cell; Recognising and Responding to Risk; Regulators as 'Mediators of Trust'; Conclusion; References; 6: Selling Hope in China; Brand China; Creating the Chinese Market; Regulating the Market; Destination China: Making the Unfamiliar Accessible; Clinic Concierges and Past Patients as Ambassadors; Shaping the Treatment Experience; Commodifying Hope; Purveyors of Hope; 'Cleaning Up' the Market: Regulations, Detours, and New Destinations.
Attempts to Regulate Detours and New Destinations; Conclusion; References; 7: Hope 'at Home': Stem Cell Treatments in Australia; The Rise of Unproven Stem Cell Therapies in Australia; Hope at Home: Patient Perspectives; The Experience of Undertaking Stem Cell Treatment in Australia; Legitimising Therapies: Provider Perspectives; Providers' Views on Regulation; Contested Hope and Regulations; Seeking Hope or Salvation?; Exploitation of Loopholes or Medical Innovation?; Hope, 'Regulation', and the Future of Stem Cell Treatments; References; 8: Re-framing 'Stem Cell Tourism'
The Shifting Landscape of the Stem Cell Treatment Market Authorities' Responses to 'Stem Cell Tourism' Thus Far; References; Appendix; Index.