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Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Handicap; Procedures and Guidelines Relating to Health Care for Handicapped Infants
(United States. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of the Secretary, 1984-01-12)
The Moral Status of the Human Embryo: A Tradition Recalled
An Anglican theologian contends that the claim to absolute protection for the human embryo from the moment of conception is a recent one in the Roman Catholic moral tradition. Citing pre-classical, classical, biblical, and ...
American College of Physicians Ethics Manual. Part II: Research, Other Ethical Issues, Recommended Reading
(American College of Physicians. Ad Hoc Committee on Medical Ethics, 1984-08)
The Rights of Infants With Down's Syndrome
Physicians' obligations toward newborns with Down's syndrome and operable defects such as intestinal obstructions are outlined in a commentary co-authored by several physicians and other professionals in the fields ...
The Physician and the Rights of Mankind
This papal address was delivered at the conclusion of the World Medical Association's 35th General Assembly, on "The Physician and the Rights of Mankind," in Venice. Referring to the essential similarity between the concerns ...
Babies Doe, an Analysis and Response