Medical Ethics: Accounts of Ground-Breaking Cases9th Edition
CHAPTER 1: Good and Bad Ethical Reasoning; Moral Theories and Principles
CHAPTER 2: Requests to Die: Terminal and Nonterminal Patients
CHAPTER 3: Comas: Karen Quinlan, Nancy Cruzan, and Terri Schiavo
CHAPTER 4: Abortion: The Trial of Kenneth Edelin
CHAPTER 5: Assisted Reproduction, Multiple Gestations, Surrogacy, and Elderly Parents
CHAPTER 6: Embryos, Stem Cells, and Reproductive Cloning
CHAPTER 7: Impaired Babies and the Americans with Disabilities Act
CHAPTER 8: Medical Research on Animals
CHAPTER 9: Medical Research on Vulnerable Populations
CHAPTER 10: Ethical Issues in First-Time Organ Surgeries
CHAPTER 11: The God Committee
CHAPTER 12: Using One Baby for Another
CHAPTER 13: Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Intersex and Transgender Persons
CHAPTER 14: Involuntary Psychiatric Commitment and Research on People with Schizophrenia
CHAPTER 15: Ethical Issues in Pre-Symptomatic Testing for Genetic Disease: Nancy Wexler, Angelina Jolie, Diabetes and Alzheimer’s
CHAPTER 16: Ethical Issues in Stopping the Global Spread of Infectious Diseases: AIDS, Ebola, and Zika
CHAPTER 17: Ethical Issues of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
CHAPTER 18: Ethical Issues in Medical Enhancement (and their effect on people with Disabilities)
CHAPTER 19: Ethical Issues in Treating Alcoholism and Addiction
CHAPTER 20: The Ethics of Weight Management
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