Brain Death, Pregnancy and Cultural Reluctance Toward Scientific Rationalism
Schmidt, Kurt W.
In: Engelhardt, H. Tristram; Rasmussen, Lisa M., eds. Bioethics and Moral Content: National Traditions of Health Care Morality: Papers Dedicated in Tribute to Kazumasa Hoshino. Boston: Kluwer Academic; 2002: 77-95.
Brain; Brain Death; Death; Pregnancy; Allocation of Health Care Resources; International and Political Dimensions of Biology and Medicine; Research on Embryos and Fetuses; Definition of Death (Bills, Laws, and Cases); Attitudes Toward Death; Health Personnel Attitudes Toward Death; Allowing Minors to Die; Health Care Programs for Women; Health Care for Embryos and Fetuses;
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Summary of "Gene Transfer Into Human Somatic Cells. State of the Technology, Medical Risks, Social and Ethical Problems: A Report" [Summary of a Report by the Institut Fur System Und Technologie Analysen, Working Group on Ethical and Socio- Political Aspects of Gene Transfer] Bayertz, Kurt; Paslack, Rainer; Schmidt, Kurt W. (1994-04)