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August 2011

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    Ethical Dilemmas in Assisted Reproductive Technologies

    Ed. by Schenker, Joseph G.

      • Overview of ethical aspects in reproductive medicine

      Aims and Scope

      Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) include the artificial or partially artificial methods to achieve pregnancy. These new technologies lead to substantial changes regarding of ethical and legal aspects in reproductive medicine. The book focuses on current hot topics about ethical dilemmas in ART, e.g. about the duties of ethical committees, guidelines regarding informed consent, ethical and legal aspects of sperm donation, embryo donation, ethics of embryonic stem cells, therapeutical cloning, patenting of human genes, commercialization.

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      Supplementary Information

      24 x 17 cm
      xxiii, 389 pages
      30 Tables
      Type of Publication:
      Specialist Text
      Ethics; Pregnancy; Reproductive Medicine; Reproductive Technologies
      Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Neonatalogists

      MARC record

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      Joseph G. Schenker, Hebrew University, Hadassah Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel.

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