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The Politics of Human-Embryo Research -- Avoiding Ethical Gridlock
The country needs clear and consistent rules for research on human embryos, as well as uniform methods of review. This uniformity cannot be provided by local institutional review boards, but only by a central review panel. ...
Resolving the Clinical and Ethical Dilemma Involved in Fetal-Maternal Conflicts
A serious ethical dilemma occurs when a pregnant woman refuses a medically indicated intervention. Should respect for her autonomy preclude any approach other than to accept her decision? Should the caregivers have recourse ...
Abortion: The Antithesis of Womanhood?
The debate regarding the practice and role of abortion has been an enduring and problematic area of discourse within the nursing literature, with a tendency towards a polarized and inevitably simplistic analysis of what, ...
The Constitution and the Right to Die
The Court's Misguided Judicial Activism
(Catholic Bishops of New York, 1996-04-18)