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New Knowledge in the Biomedical Sciences: Some Moral Implications of Its Acquisition, Possession, and Use

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New Knowledge in the Biomedical Sciences: Some Moral Implications of Its Acquisition, Possession, and Use - Bondeson, W B (Editor), and Engelhardt Jr, H Tristram (Editor), and Spicker, S F (Editor)
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The spectacular development of medical knowledge over the last two centuries has brought intrusive advances in the capabilities of medical technology. These advances have been remarkable over the last century, but especially over the last few decades, culminating in such high technology interventions as heart transplants and renal dialysis. These increases in medical powers have attracted societal interest in acquiring more such knowledge. They have also spawned concerns regarding the use of human subjects in research and ...

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New Knowledge in the Biomedical Sciences: Some Moral Implications of Its Acquisition, Possession, and Use 2011, Springer, Dordrecht

ISBN-13: 9789400977259

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New Knowledge in the Biomedical Sciences: Some Moral Implications of Its Acquisition, Possession, and Use 1982, Springer, Dordrecht

ISBN-13: 9789027713193

1982 edition

Hardcover