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TitleEthics in Reproductive Medicine [electronic resource] / edited by David R. Bromham, Maureen E. Dalton, Jennifer C. Jackson, Peter J. R. Millican
ImprintLondon : Springer London, 1992
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-1895-4
Descript XII, 228 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Medical ethics is a difficult and controversial field and that part of it dealing with reproductive medicine is no exception. Our first conference on philosophical ethics in reproductive medicine (PERM 1) in 1988 discussed many of the controversies in this field. The acclaim it received encouraged us to organise PERM 2 but choosing a relevant and topical programme was a clairvoyant challenge in its own right. Since PERM 1 we have seen a number of developments, in the UK and internationally, that have thrown the problems that society must face into sharp relief. Drawing on the expertise of contributors from science, many medical specialities, philosophy, theology and economics, we have sought to address the issues raised by these new developments, as well as a number of long-standing issues that remain as contentious as ever, but of undiminished significance. On the scientific front, the long-predicted technique of embryo biopsy and diagnosis is now a reality. This has prompted the inclusion of some of the topics addressed by this second conference


CONTENT

1 Embryo Therapy: What Can Be Done? -- 2 Embryo Therapy: Is There a Clinical Need? -- 3 Embryo Therapy: The Philosopherโ{128}{153}s Role in Ethical Debate -- 4 The Rights of the Pre-embryo and Fetus to In-vitro and In-vivo Therapy -- 5 Respect for Life: Embryonic Considerations -- 6 Maternal-Fetal Conflict: Pregnant Drug Addicts -- 7 Expanding Human Populations and Their Ecosystems -- 8 Maternal Mortality in Developing Countries -- 9 The Nature of Love -- 10 The Ethics of Sexual Restraint -- 11 Clinical Research and the Consumer -- 12 Is It Ethical To Be Efficient? -- 13 Screening and Discriminating: Resource Implications of the New Technology -- 14 Epidemiology of Induced Abortion -- 15 The Complex Problem of Abortion -- 16 Toleration in the Abortion Debate -- 17 Tolerance: Virtue or Vice? -- 18 Are There Moral Authorities?


Medicine Human genetics Obstetrics Medical laws and legislation Medicine & Public Health Obstetrics/Perinatology Human Genetics Medical Law



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