Biomedical ethics: opposing viewpoints
Tamara L. Roleff
Greenhaven Press, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 252 pages
An anthology of opinions on the ethical considerations related to cloning, human transplants, modern reproductive techniques, & genetic research.
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Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
The Risks of Human Cloning Outweigh the Benefits
Cloning Research Would Not Benefit Humans
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allow animals argues argument baboon baby selling banned benefits Bioethics biological biotechnology body brain death brain-dead cadaveric organs cancer cell nuclear transfer child cloning a human cloning research commercial surrogacy consider the following contract dead debate diseases doctors Dolly donors embryo ethical fertility fetus following questions following viewpoint gene patenting genetic engineering genetic testing Harry Wu hospital human cloning human gene patents Human Genome Project individual infertility issue kidney lives Marion Ploch ment moral mother Nuffield number of organs objection opinion Opposing Viewpoints Series organ donation organ procurement organ transplants patenting human genes permission person physicians possible postmortem pregnancy potential presumed consent primates prisoners procedures radical feminists Reprinted reproductive technologies required response risk scientists shortage somatic cell somatic cell nuclear species surrogacy surrogate tion tissue transplantable organs treat treatment twin woman women xenografts