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Children, medicine, and the law

Author: Michael D A Freeman
Publisher: Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2005.
Series: International library of medicine, ethics, and law.
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Children, medicine, and the law.
Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2005
(OCoLC)757299617
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael D A Freeman
ISBN: 1840147547 9781840147544
OCLC Number: 46650661
Description: lvii, 678 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Part I: Assisted reproduction: its implications for children --
1. Market-inalienability / Margaret Jane Radin --
2. "Give me children or I shall die!" New reproductive technologies and harm to children / Cynthia B. Cohen --
3. Human cloning and child welfare / Justine Burley and John Harris --
4. The best interests of the child in assisted human reproduction: the interplay between the state, professionals, and parents / Ken R. Daniels [and others]. Part II: Sex selection --
5. Book review of 'Gendercide: the implications of sex selection', Mary Anne Warren (1985) / Helen Bequaert Holmes --
6. A reply to Holmes on 'Gendercide' / Mary Anne Warren --
7. Preconception gender selection / John A. Robertson. Part III: Choosing the sexual orientation of children --
8. Choosing the sexual orientation of children / Edward Stein --
9. Prenatal diagnosis: whose right? / David Heyd. Part IV: Wrongufl life and death --
Moral obligations to the not-yet born: the fetus as patient / Thomas H. Murray --
11. Wrongful life and the counterfactual element in harming / Joel Feinberg --
12. The wrong of wrongful life / John Harris --
13. When is birth unfair to the child? / Bonnie Steinbock and Ron McClamrock --
14. Prenatal wrongful death / Bonnie Steinbock --
15. Genetic dilemmas and the child's right to an open future / Dena S. Davis. Part V: The newborn's status --
16. Delivering hydrocephalic fetuses / Carson Strong. Part VI: Defective newborn children --
17. Deciding for imperilled newborns: medical authority or parental autonomy? / Hazel E. McHaffie --
18. Moral and ethical dilemmas in the special-care nursery / Raymond S. Duff and A.G.M. Campbell --
19. Neonatal viability in the 1990s: held hostage by technology / Jonathan Muraskas [and others]. Part VII: Neonatal intensive care --
20. Neonatal intensive care: parents' role in ethical decision making / Helen Harrison --
21. Interdependence and reintegrative social control: labeling and refoming "inappropriate" parents in neonatal intensive care units / Carol A. Heimer and Lisa R. Staffen. Part VIII: HIV testing of newborn children --
22. An argument for universal pediatric HIV testing, counseling and treatment / Colin Crawford --
23. Mandatory screening of newborns for HIV: an idea whose time has not yet come / Nina Loewenstein. Part IX: Children as donors --
24. Should foetuses or infants be utilized as organ donors? / Arthur L. Caplan --
25. Justice for children: the child as organ donor / Lainie Friedman Ross --
26. Rethinking transplantation between siblings / James Dwyer and Elizabeth Vig --
27. Role of a child advocate in the selection of donors for pediatric bone marrow transplantation / Fredric T. Serota [and others] --
28. Procreation for donation: the moral and political permissibility of "having a child to save a child" / Mark P. Aulisio, Thomas May and Geoffrey D. Block. Part X: Conjoined twins --
29. The ethics of caring for conjoined twins: the Lakeberg twins / David C. Thomasma [and others] --
30. Human beings, persons and conjoined twins: an ethical analysis of the judgment in Re A / John Harris. Part XI: Decisions about health care --
31. The best-interests standard as threshold, ideal, and standard of reasonableness / Loretta M. Kopelman --
32. Everyday and medical life choices: decision-making among 8- to 15-year old school students / Priscilla Alderson --
33. Coercion or caring: analysing adolescent autonomy / Margaret Brazier and Caroline Bridge --
34. Health care decisionmaking by children: is it in their best interest? / Lainie Friedman Ross --
35. Disclosure and consent problems in pediatrics / Angela R. Holder --
36. When adolescents "mismanage" their chronic medical conditions: an ethical exploration / Insoo Hyun. Part XII: The competence of children --
37. What do you say to a child with AIDS? / Michael Lipson --
38. The competency of children and adolescents to make informed treatment decisions / Lois A. Weithorn and Susan B. Campbell --
39. Reasoning about illness in ill and healthy children and adolescents: cognitive and emotional developmental aspects / Elizabeth J. Susman, Lorah D. Dorn and John C. Fletcher --
40. In the genes or in the stars? Children's competence to consent / Priscilla Alderson. Part XIII: Adolescents and life and death decisions --
41. Affirming the decisions adolescents make about life and death / Robert F. Weir and Charles Peters. Part XIV: Children as subjects of research --
42. Research with children / Leonard H. Glantz --
43. Children's concepts of research hospitalization / A. Herbert Schwartz --
44. The enforcement of morals: nontherapeutic research on children / Paul Ramsey --
45. Prophylactic interventions on children: balancing human rights with public health / F.M. Hodges, J.S. Svoboda and R.S. Van Howe --
46. Is it in a neonate's best interest to enter a randomised controlled trial? / Peter Allmark [and others]. Part XV: Genetic tersing of children --
47. Testing children for genetic predispositions: is it in their best interest? / Diane E. Hoffmann and Eric A. Wulfsberg. Part XVI: Children's rights to health care --
48. Do children's rights to health care in the UK ensure their best interests? / Zarrina Kurtz --
49. Children's rights to health care / Dan W. Brock.
Series Title: International library of medicine, ethics, and law.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Freeman.

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