Science, Religion & Ethics in 21st Century Biomedical Discoveries: Which Way Is Forward?
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What is human? Can the promise of great scientific discoveries be reconciled with traditional notions of humanity and ethics? How can science, religion, and ethics be used to inform our decisions? What will an increasingly sophisticated understanding of genetics mean for healthcare, our understanding of free will and our ability to modify life? Advances in 21st Century biomedicine raise these and other fundamental questions. Our answers will profoundly shape national policy, science, healthcare, and our notions of right and wrong. Now, for the first time ever, you can explore these important issues from both scientific and ethical perspectives through this unique 24-lecture series available on 8 audio CDs. Presented by Kevin T. Fitzgerald, Catholic Pries, Ph.D. in molecular genetics, Ph.D. in bioethics, you will gain a level of multidisciplinary understanding held by a remarkable few people. (from order form)
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