A New Edition of Ethics & Medicine Is Now Available

December 15, 2017

Ethics & Medicine (vol. 33, no. 1, 2017) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Loopthink: A Limitation of Medical Artificial Intelligence” by William P. Cheshire, Jr.
  • “Double Effect Reasoning : Why We Need It” by Helen Watt
  • “Autonomy in Applied Medical Ethics” by Joseph Freer
  • “The Relationship of Gametes to Those who Procreate and Its Impact on Artificially Generated Gamete Technologies” by Michal Pruski
  • “Embracing PVS 2.0 (The “Permanent? Vegetative? State”): Medical Research Beckons Ethicists Considering the Issue of ANH Withdrawal to Adopt a More Challenging Situational Narrative” by Erik M. Clary
  • Are Parents Liable for Their Babies’ Prenatally Acquired Injuries?” by Carlo V. Bellieni and Alberto M. Gambino


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