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Ethical issues and controversies in assisted reproductive technologies.

Harvey JC.
PMID: 1391649
Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol. 1992 Oct;4(5):750-5.

The current ethical issues and controversies concerning in vitro fertilization revolve around micromanipulation of the gametes, cryopreservation of the fertilized ova, selective termination in multiple pregnancies, surrogacy, and gamete donation. At the basis of these ethical issues is the...

Abortion: doomed only to an immoderate response?.

Drane JF.
PMID: 1392049
J Clin Ethics. 1992;3(3):238-40.

No abstract available.

Organ transplantation: duty reconsidered.

Guttmann RD, Guttmann A.
PMID: 1413023
Transplant Proc. 1992 Oct;24(5):2179-80.

No abstract available.

Consensual norms regarding patient involvement.

Weiss SJ.
PMID: 3704686
Soc Sci Med. 1986;22(4):489-96. doi: 10.1016/0277-9536(86)90053-5.

A stratified sample of 72 nurses, physicians and members of the general public met together in small tripartite dialogue groups each month for 20 months, in order to mutually identify health care behaviors that effectively involve patients in their...

The Patient Self-Determination Act: potential ethical quandaries and benefits.

Young EW, Jex SA.
PMID: 1342338
Camb Q Healthc Ethics. 1992;1(2):107-15. doi: 10.1017/s0963180100000190.

No abstract available.

Dying with dignity.

Madan TN.
PMID: 1519095
Soc Sci Med. 1992 Aug;35(4):425-32. doi: 10.1016/0277-9536(92)90335-n.

Death is a theme of central importance in all cultures, but the manner in which it is interpreted varies from society to society. Even so, traditional cultures, including Christian, Hindu and Jain religious traditions, exhibited a positive attitude to...

Veatch's new foundation for medical ethics.

Kultgen J.
PMID: 4067456
J Med Philos. 1985 Nov;10(4):369-86. doi: 10.1093/jmp/10.4.369.

Robert M. Veatch proposes a "triple contract theory" as a new foundation for medical ethics. His criticisms of unilateral "physician ethics" are sound, but uncertainty as to whether he is proposing merely imaginary or real contracts vitiates his constructive...

Medical ethics and personal doctors: conflicts between what we teach and what we want.

Levine RJ.
PMID: 3505418
Am J Law Med. 1987;13(2):351-64.

No abstract available.

Caring for newborns: three world views. In Israel, families look to two messengers of God.

Eidelman AI.
PMID: 3744794
Hastings Cent Rep. 1986 Aug;16(4):18-9.

No abstract available.

Caring for newborns: three world views. In Japan, parents participate but doctors decide.

Kimura R.
PMID: 3744796
Hastings Cent Rep. 1986 Aug;16(4):22-3.

No abstract available.

Autonomy and the common weal.

Danis M, Churchill LR.
PMID: 2004898
Hastings Cent Rep. 1991 Jan-Feb;21(1):25-31.

No abstract available.

Consensus, contracts, and committees.

Moreno JD.
PMID: 1895024
J Med Philos. 1991 Aug;16(4):393-408. doi: 10.1093/jmp/16.4.393.

Following a brief account of the puzzle that ethics committees present for the Western Philosophical tradition, I will examine the possibility that social contract theory can contribute to a philosophical account of these committees. Passing through classical as well...

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