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The Resource Biomedical ethics : opposing viewpoints, Tamara L. Roleff, book editor

Biomedical ethics : opposing viewpoints, Tamara L. Roleff, book editor

Label
Biomedical ethics : opposing viewpoints
Title
Biomedical ethics
Title remainder
opposing viewpoints
Statement of responsibility
Tamara L. Roleff, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Contains thirty essays by various authors that present opposing views on the ethics of biomedical practices in the areas of human cloning, organ donations, reproductive technologies, and genetic research
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
174/.2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
R724
LC item number
.B492 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
  • 1998 F-758
  • W 50
NLM item number
B6157 1998
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1959-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Roleff, Tamara L.
Series statement
Opposing viewpoints series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Medical ethics
  • Genetic engineering
Label
Biomedical ethics : opposing viewpoints, Tamara L. Roleff, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cloning would violate a person's individuality
  • Allen Verhey
  • Cloning would not violate a person's individuality
  • George Johnson
  • Selling organs for transplants is ethical
  • Andy H. Barnett, Roger D. Blair, and David L. Kaserman
  • Selling organs for transplants is unethical
  • Alasdair Palmer
  • Consent for organ donation should be presumed
  • Linda C. Fentiman
  • The benefits of cloning outweigh the risks
  • Consent for organ donation should be required
  • Presumed Consent Subcommittee of the UNOS Ethics Committee
  • Animal-to-human organ transplants could save lives
  • Jennifer Cunningham
  • Animal-to-human organ transplants are dangerous and unethical
  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
  • Using organs from executed prisoners is ethical
  • Robert Wright
  • Using organs from executed prisoners is unethical
  • Harry Wu
  • Richard T. Hull
  • Reproductive technologies should be banned
  • Janice G. Raymond
  • Reproductive technologies should not be banned
  • Rickie Solinger
  • Surrogate motherhood is ethical
  • Wendy McElroy
  • Surrogate motherhood is unethical
  • Scott B. Rae
  • Postmenopausal pregnancies should be banned
  • part I: Barbara Ehrenreich ;
  • The risks of human cloning outweigh the benefits
  • part II: Philadelphia Daily News
  • Postmenopausal pregnancies should not be banned
  • Lawrence M. Hinman
  • Postmortem pregnancies are ethical
  • Christoph Anstötz
  • Postmortem pregnancies are unethical
  • Hilde Lindemann Nelson
  • Genetic engineering could benefit society
  • Joseph F. Coates, John B. Mahaffie, and Andy Hines
  • Genetic engineering could be dangerous
  • National Bioethics Advisory Commission
  • Susan Wright
  • Genetic testing threatens society
  • Ruth Hubbard and Elijah Wald
  • Genetic testing can save lives
  • Carol Krause
  • Scientists should be allowed to patent human genes
  • David B. Resnik
  • Human genes should not be patented
  • Richard D. Land and C. Ben Mitchell
  • Studying the human genome will provide valuable information
  • Cloning research could be beneficial to humans
  • The Economist
  • Studying the human genome violates the sanctity of life
  • Julian Rose
  • Nature Genetics
  • Cloning research would not benefit humans
  • Kevin T. Fitzgerald
Control code
ocm38112487
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
252 p.
Isbn
9781565107922
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
97051374
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 512545
  • (OCoLC)38112487
Label
Biomedical ethics : opposing viewpoints, Tamara L. Roleff, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cloning would violate a person's individuality
  • Allen Verhey
  • Cloning would not violate a person's individuality
  • George Johnson
  • Selling organs for transplants is ethical
  • Andy H. Barnett, Roger D. Blair, and David L. Kaserman
  • Selling organs for transplants is unethical
  • Alasdair Palmer
  • Consent for organ donation should be presumed
  • Linda C. Fentiman
  • The benefits of cloning outweigh the risks
  • Consent for organ donation should be required
  • Presumed Consent Subcommittee of the UNOS Ethics Committee
  • Animal-to-human organ transplants could save lives
  • Jennifer Cunningham
  • Animal-to-human organ transplants are dangerous and unethical
  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
  • Using organs from executed prisoners is ethical
  • Robert Wright
  • Using organs from executed prisoners is unethical
  • Harry Wu
  • Richard T. Hull
  • Reproductive technologies should be banned
  • Janice G. Raymond
  • Reproductive technologies should not be banned
  • Rickie Solinger
  • Surrogate motherhood is ethical
  • Wendy McElroy
  • Surrogate motherhood is unethical
  • Scott B. Rae
  • Postmenopausal pregnancies should be banned
  • part I: Barbara Ehrenreich ;
  • The risks of human cloning outweigh the benefits
  • part II: Philadelphia Daily News
  • Postmenopausal pregnancies should not be banned
  • Lawrence M. Hinman
  • Postmortem pregnancies are ethical
  • Christoph Anstötz
  • Postmortem pregnancies are unethical
  • Hilde Lindemann Nelson
  • Genetic engineering could benefit society
  • Joseph F. Coates, John B. Mahaffie, and Andy Hines
  • Genetic engineering could be dangerous
  • National Bioethics Advisory Commission
  • Susan Wright
  • Genetic testing threatens society
  • Ruth Hubbard and Elijah Wald
  • Genetic testing can save lives
  • Carol Krause
  • Scientists should be allowed to patent human genes
  • David B. Resnik
  • Human genes should not be patented
  • Richard D. Land and C. Ben Mitchell
  • Studying the human genome will provide valuable information
  • Cloning research could be beneficial to humans
  • The Economist
  • Studying the human genome violates the sanctity of life
  • Julian Rose
  • Nature Genetics
  • Cloning research would not benefit humans
  • Kevin T. Fitzgerald
Control code
ocm38112487
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
252 p.
Isbn
9781565107922
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
97051374
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 512545
  • (OCoLC)38112487

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