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Medical Ethics by
Case studies on medical ethics.
Explores how the creation of the test tube baby ushered in a new era in reproductive technology, and analyzes the ethical and political issues surrounding the first test tube baby in the 1970s.
Stem Cell Research and Cloning
Explores the legal and political issues concerning the controversy over stem cell research and therapeutic cloning, including the debates over both federal and privately funded research.
Issues of applied ethics. Includes photographs, maps, graphs, charts, and textual sidebars.
A collection of twenty-one controversial essays that debate the moral and ethic issues associated with reproductive technology including artificial insemination and sperm banks, surrogate mothering, and human cloning.