Bioethical Dilemmas: A Jewish Perspective, Volume 1
Rabbi Bleich is one of the world's foremost authorities on the subject of Jewish perspectives on the ethical questions which arise in the wake of modern medical technology. In these essays, which are intended for all who are concerned with these issues, Rabbi Bleich covers such questions as the care of the terminally ill, including the vexing issue of whether the family may decide to withhold information from the person who is terminally ill, artificial insemination, genetic engineering the moral status of the handicapped. AIDS, and immoral medical experimentation.
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A Halakhic Mandate
Disclosure of Information
Treatment of the Terminally 111
Religious Reflections on Euthanasia
HIV Screening of Newborn Infants
Sperm Banking in Anticipation of Infertility
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