Al-Tibb fí daw' al-Iman
Salamí, Muhammad al-Mukhtar
Beirut, Lebanon: Dar al-Gharb al-Islamí, 2001: 366 p.
This book includes several papers that the author gave at different conferences on several bioethical issues. Book chapters cover these subjects: Prophetic medicine; beginning and end of life; resuscitation; skin patching; organ transplantation; transplantation of neural cells; cloning; establishing paternity by DNA fingerprinting; ethical guidelines for medical practice in Islam; medicine between disclosure and confidentiality; Islam?s attention to man?s health as affected by food and drinks; development of the rights of the aged; Islamic view on smoking; role of religion in the prevention and treatment of addiction, alcohol and drug abuse; and marriage among relatives.
Addiction; Aged; Alcohol Abuse; Artificial Insemination; Beginning of Life; Bioethical Issues; Body Parts and Fluids; Cancer; Cells; Cloning; Confidentiality; Consanguinity; Contraception; Cosmetic Surgery; Disclosure; DNA; DNA Fingerprinting; Drug Abuse; Embryo Research; Ethics; Family Relationship; Fiqh; Food; Guidelines; Health; Hymen Reconstruction; Incest; Islamic Councils; Islamic Ethics; Islamic Medicine; Life; Marital Relationship; Medicine; Marriage; Organ Transplantation; Paternity; Patients; Preventive Medicine; Public Health; Prophetic Medicine; Religion; Religiously Prohibited Materials; Research; Resuscitation; Rights; Relatives; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Sharia; Skin; Smoking; Social Problems; Surgery; Tissue Transplantation; Transplantation; Transsexualism; Religious Ethics; Bioethics;
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