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THE CONTEXT OF REPRODUCTIVE ISSUES IN THE UNITED STATES
Reproductive Choice in the Liberal Tradition
A STATE OF THE ART
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abortion According action alcohol amniocentesis application argues artificial insemination Attentive Public biomedical technologies birth child concept concern consent considerable contends context contraception Court critical damages decisions defects defined Despite drugs effects embryo ethical eugenic fallopian tubes fetal research fetal rights fetal surgery fetoscopy fetus fetuses future genetic disease genetic screening gestation goals human reproduction increased individual infant innovations instance interest involved maternal Medicine moral mother options parents percent persons physicians policymaking political potential pregnancy prenatal prenatal diagnosis problems procedure procreation procreative programs protect public policy questions recent reproductive choice reproductive intervention reproductive issues reproductive technologies responsibility result retardation reversible risk role Science screening sex preselection social society specific sperm stage status sterilization surrogate technical techniques technology assessment teratogenic tion tive torts for wrongful trimester utero values vasectomy vasovasostomy viability vitro fertilization woman women York