The Ethics of Embryo Research: Not as Easy as It Sounds
Annas, George J.
Law, Medicine and Health Care. 1986 Sep; 14(3-4): 138-140, 148.
Advisory Committees; Beginning of Life; Embryo Research; Embryos; Ethics; Fetal Development; Fetal Research; Government; Government Regulation; International Aspects; Legal Rights; Life; Moral Obligations; Mothers; Personhood; Public Policy; Regulation; Remuneration; Research; Rights; Speciesism; Surrogate Mothers;
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Annas, George J. (1986-09)
Annas, George J.; Caplan, Arthur; Elias, Sherman (1996-05-16)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. ...
Green, Ronald M.; Tauer, Carol A.; Eppig, John J.; Fletcher, John C.; Waldron, Peter; Annas, George J.; Caplan, Arthur; Elias, Sherman (1996-10-17)