The Big Issues
Bulletin of Medical Ethics 1996 December/1997 January; (124): 4-5
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Missing the Forest for the Trees We (Americans) Do Talk a Lot About Ethical Issues of One Sort. but There Is an Incredible Range of Moral Issues That We Simply Refuse to Address. What These Issues Are and How We Go About Systematically Ignoring Them Is the Subject of the Present Inquiry Gibney, Mark P. (1999-05)
International Issues in Transplantation. Setting the Scene and Flagging the Most Urgent and Controversial Issues Miranda, B.; Matesanz, R. (1998-12-30)Organ transplantation is the primary technique for treatment of end-stage organ failure and has benefited more than one million persons world wide. A number of patients have survived for well over 25 years and survival rates ...