The Environment: From Surplus to Scarcity
New York: Oxford University Press, 1980. 464 p.
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Embryonic stem cell production through therapeutic cloning has fewer ethical problems than stem cell harvest from surplus IVF embryos Hansen, J.-E. S. (2002-04)Restrictions on research on therapeutic cloning are questionable as they inhibit the development of a technique which holds promise for successful application of pluripotent stem cells in clinical treatment of severe ...
Experiences From the Front-Line Routine Consenting of Surplus Surgically Removed Tissue: Without Investment by the National Health Service Fully Informed Consent for All Is Not Available Wheeler, Janet; Agarwal, Monica; Sugden, John; Bladon, Meriel; Quirke, Philip (2007-04)
Consent Gained From Patients After Breast Surgery for the Use of Surplus Tissue in Research: An Exploration Hamilton, S.; Hepper, J.; Hanby, A.; Hewison, J. (2007-04)OBJECTIVES: (1) To investigate the quality of consent gained for the use in research of tissue that is surplus after surgery. (2) To compare the use of two consent forms: a simple locally introduced form and a more complex ...