TITLE

23 Years Ago in TIME

AUTHOR(S)
August, Melissa; Barovick, Harriet; Rainert, Victoria; Won Tesoriero, Heather; Winters, Rebecca
PUB. DATE
April 2002
SOURCE
Time;4/15/2002, Vol. 159 Issue 15, p23
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents an excerpt from an article originally published in the July 31, 1978 issue of 'Time' magazine. Comments of ethics professor Rabbi Seymour Siegel regarding the moral implications of in vitro fertilization as a solution to fertility problems; Birth of a so-called test-tube baby to Lesley Brown.
ACCESSION #
6441163

 

Related Articles

  • 24 Years Ago in TIME. August, Melissa; Barovick, Harriet; Rainert, Victoria; Won Tesoriero, Heather; Winters, Rebecca // Time International (South Pacific Edition);4/15/2002, Issue 14, p17 

    Presents an excerpt from an article originally published in the July 31, 1978 issue of 'Time' magazine. Comments of ethics professor Rabbi Seymour Siegel regarding the moral implications of in vitro fertilization as a solution to fertility problems; Birth of a so-called test-tube baby to Lesley...

  • Cultural competence and ethical incompetence: notes from a study of the new reproductive technologies in Israel. Gooldin, Sigal // Diversity in Health & Care;2011, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p45 

    The concept of 'cultural competence' emerged as a pedagogic and ethical project in healthcare systems in the mid-1990s, mainly in the USA and the UK, and has received growing attention since then as a field of scholarly work and implemental practice. This paper argues that while the discourse of...

  • Artificial humanity. Gorin, Julia // Christian Science Monitor;8/9/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 179, p11 

    Comments on the motion picture 'A.I.,' on human reproductive technology, and on the moral dilemmas which can arise from scientific advancement.

  • The case of the switched embryos. Robertson, John A. // Hastings Center Report;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p13 

    Reports on the concerns on the integrity of human reproductive technology in the United States. Human error as a cause in the occurrence of switched embryos or gametes; Solutions to the childrearing question; Conflict between gestational and genetic parents; Legal resolution of the childrearing...

  • The new reproductive technologies: The body politic: Temple or bazaar. McTeer, Maureen // Herizons;Spring94, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p22 

    Discusses the need to decide on the uses of new reproductive technologies in Canadian society. Analysis of ethical and legal issues; Expression of public's concern and choices; Commercial nature of reproductive technologies.

  • Too much of a good thing? Otchet, Amy // UNESCO Sources;Nov96, Issue 84, p20 

    Focuses on the ethical debate concerning human reproductive technologies. In vitro fertilization; Issues of family; Respect for men's and women's rights; Medical codes and counseling services. INSET: The declaration on the human genome..

  • Man‘swill for creating human beings in contradiction to Quranic concepts. Sadati Kalateh, A. // Journal of Jahrom University of Medical Sciences;1/15/2014, Vol. 11, p248 

    Introduction: Biotechnology has put forward endless opportunities and has enormouslycontributed to humanity in the present era.Nonetheless, it is confronted with challenges and limitations. These limitationsare generally linked to the ethical challenges posed by biotechnological interventions in...

  • Reproduction Donation: Practice, Policy, and Bioethics. Jackson-Plunk, Kristina M. // International Journal of Childbirth Education;Oct2012, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p96 

    The article reviews the book "Reproduction Donation: Practice, Policy, and Bioethics," edited by Martin Richards, Guido Pennings and John B. Appleby.

  • The new reproductive technologies: Discriminating misconceptions of choice. Doe, Tanis // Herizons;Spring94, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p44 

    Comments on the blatant discrimination against people with disabilities that motivates the implementation of new reproductive technologies (NRT). Elimination of defective fetuses; Problems faced by people with disabilities; Rights of children with disabilities.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics