Bioethics: sex, genetics & human reproduction

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Macmillan Library Reference USA, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 1152 pages
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This volume is a guide to the bioethical issues surrounding sex, genetics, and human reproduction. Bioethics is the study of the ethical and moral dimensions of modern medicine, science, and technology. These articles will frame the provocative debates in today's headlines: What are the legal and moral rights of a fetus? Are we aware of the ethical and societal impact of eugenics? Is it appropriate for countries like China to limit population growth? Should we ban human cloning? These questions and more are addressed in this well-balanced, informative personal reference.

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Originally published in the renowned Encyclopedia of Bioethics (LJ 7/95), the articles in this compendium focus on general bioethical topics and on topics relating to reproduction and genetics ... Read full review


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