Embryonic stem cell research and the argument of complicity
Reproductive Biomedicine Online 2009; 18(Supplement 1): 12-16
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Baylis, Françoise, 1961-; Robert, Jason Scott (2006-07)The US National Academy of Sciences (NAS) recently published voluntary guidelines for human embryonic stem (hES) cell research. The NAS guidelines propose two levels of oversight. AT the local level, research institutions ...
Kuflik, A. (2008-06)The most closely argued and widely discussed case against abortion in the philosophical literature today is Don Marquis's "future like ours" argument. The argument moves from an analysis of why there is a serious presumption ...
Moller, Mark (2009)Many who believe that human embryos have moral status are convinced that their use in human embryonic stem cell (hESC) research can be morally justified as long as they are discarded embryos left over from fertility ...