2007, 248 p.
Cote : 18.7/HAY/2007
CAPRON Alexander Morgan/ Foreword : Why bother with ethics in biomedical research ?
HAYRY Matti et al./ Introduction : Development, research, and vulnerability
Part One. Facts, fears, and hopes concerning development
BENATAR Solomon/ 1. New perspectives on international research ethics
HAYRY Matti/ 2. Some current issues in the ethics of biomedical research and their background in the protection of the dignity and autonomy of the vulnerable
LUNA Florencia/ 3. Bioethics and biomedicine : developing countries' perspective
PESSINI Leo et al./ 4. Brazilian research ethics : a North-South dialogue aiming to build a new culture of respect
AMONDI WASUNNA Angela/ 5. Who sets the agenda for health research in developing countries ? A call for more community involvement
Par Two. Research and technology as answers and as questions
MACER Darryl/ 6. Ethical aspects in introducing genetically modified organisms for public health purposes
PARKER Michael et al./ 7. The ethical review of research into rare genetic disorders
TONG Rosemarie/ 8. Ongoing and emerging biomedical research issues at the beginning of life : United States perspectives
HANSEN Bart et al./ 9. Human stem cell research as a promising hope for humankind : a Christian-ethical contribution
YUDIN Boris/ 10. Interrelations between bioethics and ethics of biotechnology
Part Three. Vulnerability, power, and responsibility
FRANCIS Leslie et al./ 11. Infectious disease and the ethics of research : the moral significance of communicability
DE CASTRO Leonardo/ 12. Is there a duty to serve as research subjects ?
LOURDES CAMPOS PAVONE ZOBOLI Elma/ 13. Vulnerability in biomedical research : a framework for analysis
PATRAO DO CEU NEVES Maria/ 14. New vulnerabilities raised by biomedical research
LEAVITT Franck/ 15. How to save the world : some alternatives to biomedical research