Animal-human chimeras, sexually deviant behavior, and embryonic stem cell research: an introduction
Hinkley, Aaron E.
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 2009 October; 34(5): 439-449
Chimeras; Research; Bioethics; Concept of Mental Health; Patient Relationships; Quality of Health Care; Sexuality / Gender; Genetics, Molecular Biology and Microbiology; Genetic Counseling / Prenatal Diagnosis; Human Experimentation; Stem Cell Research; Animal Welfare; Animal Experimentation; Research on Embryos and Fetuses;
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