Federal Regulation of Fetal Research: Toward a Public Policy Founded Onethical Reasoning
University of Miami Law Review 31(3): 675-696, Spring 1977.
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Physician Attitudes Toward the Regulation of Fetal Tissue Therapies: Empirical Findings and Implications for Public Policy Mullen, Michelle A.; Lowy, Frederick H. (1993)The use of aborted fetal tissues in research and therapy (FTT) has raised exciting possibilities and a host of social, legal and ethical issues. Perhaps the most difficult issue is whether the use of materials from ...