The ethics of reproductive technology edited by kenneth d alpern publication date november 1992 isbn 9780195074352 376 pages paperback. This timely anthology helps students examine the normative and conceptual issues raised by recent innovations in human reproduction including in vitro fertilization embryo transfer and surrogate motherhood broad based and interdisciplinary it gathers together essays of remarkable depth and philosophical sophistication by legal scholars health care professionals scientists and . C2009 2019 bioethics research library box 571212 washington dc 20057 1212 2026873885. The issues as developed here should be nuanced by the fuller explanations in the book sexuality and reproductive technology care of multiple embryos a crucial issue in reproductive technologies is the safety of the embryos whether they are inside of a mothers body or in a laboratory. The ethics of reproductive technology edited by kenneth d alpern this timely anthology confronts the ethical and social issues raised by in vitro fertilization embryo transfer surrogate motherhood and other recent innovations in human reproduction contributions from philosophers legal scholars health care professionals scientists and theologians identify and analyze the normative and
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