Baby Marrow: Ethicists and Privacy
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1992 Sep; 18(3): 125-127, 141.
A family had a child in large part to use its marrow in the hopes of saving the life of an older child afflicted with leukaemia. Public response from medical ethicists was negative. This paper argues that what the family did was not clearly wrong and that the ethicists should not have made public pronouncements calling the morals of the family into question.
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