Xenografting: Ethical Issues
Journal of Medical Ethics 1998 February; 24(1): 18-24
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Hughes, Jonathan (1998-02)This paper considers the ethical issues raised by xenotransplantation under four headings: interfering with nature; effects on the recipient; effects on other humans; and effects on donor animals. The first two issues raise ...
Critical Issues Debates: Intervention for Infants With Fatal Heart Disease, Xenografting, and Brain Death Criteria for Anencephalic Infants. Debate II: Resolved: Medical Scientists Must Vigorously Develop Xenografting as a Viable Clinical Alternative (Debate 2 of 3) Hammer, Claus, R. Hammer; Annas, George J.; Press, Bill (1993-11)
Hughes, Julian C.; Newby, Jane; Louw, Stephen J.; Campbell, Gill; Hutton, Jane L. (2008-04)A good deal of concern is generated when a person with dementia wanders. One putatively easy technological remedy is to consider electronic tagging. This possibility, however, raises a different set of ethical concerns. ...