Biomedical Technology in a Humanistic Culture
Public Affairs Quarterly. 1999 Jul; 13(3): 229-240.
Aids; Attitudes; Attitudes to Death; Bioethical Issues; Biomedical Research; Biomedical Technologies; Cadavers; Cultural Pluralism; Culture; Death; Family Relationship; Genetic Intervention; Humanism; International Aspects; Medicine; Religion; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Research; Social Impact; Technology; Trends; Utilitarianism; Values;
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