Medical Ethics at the Dawn of the 21st Century
Published: September 2000
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The authors cover a wide range of theoretical and practical issues concerning a variety of problems that doctors, ethicists, and scientists confront time and again. They consider the philosophical difficulties inherent in the concepts of medical ethics, but also consider practical judicial problems arising from biotechnology. All the authors share a belief in the urgency of the need to find adequate answers for pressing concerns. They probe ways to discover how we can learn from our past to promote better, more workable medical ethics in the future.
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