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    Hastings Center Report
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Privacy : dead or gone?
Article de revue

The burden and blessing of mortality
Article de revue
    JONAS Hans
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, 22; nr 1, p. 34-40
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    This paper was first presented to the Royal Palace Foundation in Amsterdam, 19 March 1991.

The relevance of illegality
Article de revue

The maternal-fetal dyad : exploring the two-patient obstetric model
Article de revue
    MATTINGLY Susan S.
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, 22; nr 1, p. 13-18
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    For ages, medicine has had poor access to the fetus inside the mother's womb. But in relatively recent years, the human body has become transparent. The latest breakthroughs of technology have made it possible, from the very beginning of pregnancy, to consider the fetus as an individual who can be examined and sampled. His or her phycician may now establish a diagnosis and prognosis and prescribe a treatment in the same way as in traditional medicine.

Wanted single, white male for medical research
Article de revue
    DRESSER Rebecca
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, vol. 22, n/o 1, pp. 24-29
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    How did white males come to be the prototype of the human research subject? Whether misplaced chivalry or tacit assumption of a human norm, the exclusion of women and nonwhite minorities is a glaring moral mistake.

Final Exit, the End of Argument
Article de revue

Genetic grammar : "health", "illness", and the Human Genome project : Special supplement.
Article de revue
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, vol. 22, n/o 4, 20 p.
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    BOYCE P.J. / Introduction, p.1.
    NOLAN K. / First fruits : genetic screening, p.2-4
    BONNICKSEN A. / Genetic diagnosis of human embryos, p.5-11
    KATZ ROTHMAN B. / Not all that glitters is gold, p.11-15
    DRAPER E. / Genetic secrets : social issues of medical screening in a genetic age, p.15-18
    BILLINGS P.
    ROTHSTEIN M.A.
    LIPPMAN A. / But is he genetically diseased? : case and commentaries, p.18-20.

Where ethics comes from and what to do about it.
Article de revue
    ELLIOTT Carl
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, vol. 22, n/o 4, p. 28-35
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    The practical difficulty with applying ethical theories to particular problems is that ordinarily people pay little attention to theories when making moral decisions. Instead, we are guided by our ethical beliefs, which are primarily the result of cultural factors beyond our reach - factors subject to rational scrutiny and to change, but largely out of our control.

The nurse as patient advocate
Article de revue
    BERNAL Ellen W.
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, vol. 22, n/o 4, p. 18-23
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    The claim that nurses should be patient advocates is a questionable one, especially when it is mixed in with the professional issue of nurses' freedom to practice. A less combative, more cooperative model of the profession would serve nurses better.

Taking families seriously
Article de revue
    LINDEMANN NELSON James
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, vol. 22, n/o 4, p. 6-12
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    Medical decision making would be a messier but better thing if it honored what is morally valuable about patients' families. The concerns of intimates have a legitimate call upon us even when we are ill.

Body, self, and the property paradigm.
Article de revue
    CAMPBELL Courtney
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, vol. 22, n/o 5, p. 34-42
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    We not only own our bodies, we ARE our bodies. Can we simply alienate parts of them? Both a theology of stewardship and the principle of self-ownership would seem to permit or even encourage us to do so.

Parenthood and frozen embryos : more than property and privacy
Article de revue

Leaving the field
Article de revue
    FOX Renée C. ; SWAZEY Judith P.
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, vol. 22, n/o 5, p. 9-15
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    They have watched, as insiders, the first fumbling attempts to transplant kidneys, then hearts, then live-donated lobes of liver and lung. Now the two sociologists most closely identified with organ transplantation have concluded that they must leave the field.
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    Taken from : Spare parts : organ replacement in American Society, 1992.

Transplantation through a glass darkly
Article de revue

Playing with propranolol
Article de revue
    SLOMKA Jacquelyn
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, vol. 22, n/o 4, pp. 13-17
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    When an anxiety-reducing drug with virtually no side effects is used to enhance performance, is that cheating? Is it drug abuse? Is it an admission of professional weakness?

La Nature est morte, vive la nature!
Article de revue
    CALLICOTT J. Baird
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, vol. 22, n/o 5, pp. 16-23
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    The old, mechanistic idea of nature is dying. We are witnessing the shift to a new idea, in which nature is seen as an organic system that includes human beings as one of its components rather than as brutal and ultimately self-defeating conquistadores.

The French Vegetative State
Article de revue
    SPINSANTI Sandro ; SCHNEIDER O'CONNELL Angela
    Hastings Center Report , 1992, vol. 22, n/o 4, pp. 36-37
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    Critique du livre "Etats végétatifs chroniques : Répercussions humaines; aspects médicaux, juridiques et éthiques", par S. Pinsanti, Istituto per l'Analisi Dello Stato Sociale, Rome, Italie, et A. Schneider O'Connell, Bioethics Consultation Group, Chicago, USA.

The French Vegetative State
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Caring for an Aging World: Allocating Scarce Resources
Article de revue

Reexamining death : The asymptotic model and a bounded zone definition
Article de revue
    EMANUEL Linda
    Hastings Center Report , 1995, 25 (4), pp. 27-35
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    The traditional Western understanding of life and death as a strict dichotomy is challenged by a more descriptively accurate model of life's progressive cessation. Dying can be defined by a bounded zone of residual states of life that fits better with moral intuition and more sensitively guides action towards the dying.

The Legacy of Hans Jonas
Article de revue
    Hastings Center Report , 1995, 25 (7) Special Issue, 51 p.
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    KASS Leon/Appreciating "The Phenomenon of Life"
    BERNSTEIN Richard/Rethinking Responsibility
    DONNELLEY Strachan/Bioethical Troubles: Animal Individuals and Human Organisms
    VOGEL Lawrence/Does Environmental Ethics Need a Metaphysical Grounding?
    SCHUTZE Christian/The Political and Intellectual Influence of Hans Jonas
    HANS Jonas (an interview with)/Not Compassion Alone : On Euthanasia and Ethics

Is it time to abandon brain death?
Article de revue

Cloning human beings : Responding to the National Bioethics Advisory Commission's report
Article de revue
    Hastings Center Report , 1997, 27 (5), pp. 6-22
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    National Bioethics Advisory Commission, USA/Report : executive summary
    CHILDRESS James/The challenges of public ethics : reflections on NBAC's report
    WOLF Susan/Ban cloning? Why NBAC is wrong
    CAMPBELL Courtney/Prophecy and policy
    CALLAHAN Daniel/Cloning : the work not done
    PARENS Erik/Tools from and for democratic deliberations

Religious voices in biotechnology : The case of gene patenting
Article de revue

Genetics and human malleability
Article de revue

Multiplex genetic testing
Article de revue

Experts in ethics ?
Article de revue
    Hastings Center Report , 1998, 28 (6), pp. 6-19
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    CASARETT David/ DASKAL Frona/ LANTOS John/ The authority of the clinical ethicist
    YODER Scot/ The nature of ethical expertise

The disability rights critique of prenatal genetic testing
Article de revue

Questioning bioethics : AIDS, sexual ethics, and the duty to warn
Article de revue

Euthanasia in the Netherlands : Some first experiences of evaluation committees
Article de revue

Justice and Managed Care : Four Principles for the Just Allocation of Health Care Resources
Article de revue

Prayer as Therapy : A Challenge to Both Religious Belief and Professional Ethics
Article de revue

The Principles of the Belmont Report Revisited : How have Respect for Persons, Beneficience, and Justice been applied to Clinical Medicine ?
Article de revue

A Global Profession : Medical Values in China and the United States
Article de revue

Last chance therapies and managed care : Pluralism, fair procedures, and legitimacy
Article de revue

What is left of professionalism after managed care ?
Article de revue

Managed Care, Conflicts of Interest, and Quality
Article de revue

How to speak postmodern : Medicine, illness and cultural change
Article de revue

The point of a ban or, How to think about stem cell research
Article de revue

Respecting what we destroy : Reflections on human embryo research
Article de revue

The gift of life and the common good : The need for a communal approach to organ procurement
Article de revue

Tube feeding and advanced progressive dementia
Article de revue

Bioethics in business
Article de revue
    (collectif)
    Hastings Center Report , 2001, 31 (2), pp. 9-21
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    ELLIOTT Carl/ Throwing a bone to the watchdog
    DONALDSON Thomas/ The business ethics of bioethics consulting
    ZOLOTH Laurie/ Seeing the duties to all
    CALLAHAN Daniel/ Doing good and doing well

Spiritual care at the end of life
Article de revue

The human right to health : A right to the "highest attainable standard of health"
Article de revue

New Directions in Research Ethics
Revue
    (collectif)
    Hastings Center Report , 2001, 31 (3), 48 p.
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    MORENO Jonathan D./ Goodbye to All That : The End of Moderate Protectionism in Human Subjects Research
    WEIJER Charles, ANDERSON James A./ The Ethics Wars : Disputes over International Research
    MASTROIANNI Anna, KAHN Jeffrey/ Swinging on the Pendulum : Shifting Views of Justice in Human Subjects Research
    OLSON-GAREWAL Kristin, HESSLER Kristen/ Arizona's Cancer Clinical Trials Law: Flawed Process, Flawed Product
    RESNICK David, REHM Marsha, RICH Ben A./ Pain and Sickle Cell Anemia
    DRESSER Rebecca/ Defining Research Misconduct : Will We Know It When We See It?
    CHANDROS HULL Sara, PRASAD Kiran/ Reading between the Lines : Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Genetic Testing
    MONTGOMERY Kathryn/ Literature, Literary Studies, and Medical Ethics : The Interdisciplinary Question

Practical principles and practical judgment
Article de revue

Between subway and spaceship : Practical ethics at the outset of the twenty-first century
Article de revue

On knowing the "why" : Particularism and moral theory
Article de revue

Reconsidering brain death : A lesson from Japan's fifteen years of experience
Article de revue

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