Conflicts Between Chinese Traditional Ethics and Bioethics
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1994 Summer; 3(3): 367-371.
Aged; Allowing to Die; Attitudes; Attitudes to Death; Bioethical Issues; Bioethics; Biomedical Technologies; Common Good; Congenital Disorders; Death; Ethics; Eugenics; Euthanasia; Historical Aspects; Involuntary Sterilization; Life; Medical Ethics; Moral Obligations; Newborns; Obligations to Society; Persistent Vegetative State; Prolongation of Life; Public Opinion; Public Policy; Sterilization; Terminally Ill; Utilitarianism; Value of Life; Values;
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The Ethics of Traditional Chinese and Western Herbal Medicine Research: Views of Researchers and Human Ethics Committees in Australia Smith, Caroline A; Priest, Ros; Carmady, Bridget; Bourchier, Suzannah; Bensoussan, Alan (2011)Despite the growth of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and western herbal medicine (WHM) research in Australia, little is known about how ethics committees (HRECs) assess the ethics of TCM or WHM research. The objectives ...