Contemporary Ethical Dilemmas in Assisted Reproduction
Ethical dilemmas are more common in assisted reproduction than in any other area of medicine. Providing a framework for discussing and articulating to patients the topical issues in assisted reproduction, this text examines the ever-changing interaction between ethics, society, and scientific advances in the area. This third volume of ethical debates includes chapters on assisted reproduction for parents with HIV and Hep-C, posthumous reproduction and non-Christian religious ethics in relation to assisted reproduction.
Table of Contents
THE BEGINNINGS. Whose embryos are they anyway? Reproductive cloning, a crime against human beings? An International View. Therapeutic Cloning, Where to Now?, Intended Parents: To Be or Not to Be ... a parent after one's death. International Parenthood via Procreative Tourism. Risking Parenthood? Serious Viral Illness, Parenting and the Welfare of the Child. THE CHILDREN AND SOCIETY THE WELFARE OF THE CHILD, WHOSE INTEREST? New Law, Old Law, No Law or Bad Law? What is Best? A Modern Islamic View of Ethical Issues in ART. Conclusion.