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Contested cells : global perspectives on the stem cell debate

Author: Benjamin J Capps; Alastair V Campbell
Publisher: London : Imperial College Press ; Singapore : Distributed by World Scientific Pub., ©2010.
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A collection of essays on the moral description, understanding, and evaluation of values within the regional (Europe, North America and Asia) and global setting in stem cell science. It focuses on  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin J Capps; Alastair V Campbell
ISBN: 9781848164376 1848164378
OCLC Number: 619674383
Description: xxx, 486 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Thomas H. Murray --
Contested cells: global perspectives on the stem cell debate --
a critical introduction / Benjamin Capps and Alastair V. Campbell --
A case study of experimental stem cell therapy and the risks of over-regulation / Anthony Hollander --
Stem cell technology: from research regulation to clinical applications / Donald Chalmers --
Legal imperialism in the regulation of stem cell research and therapy: the problem of extraterritorial jurisdiction / Daniela Cutas and Christian Munthe --
Governing cloning: United Nations' debates and the institutional context of standards / W. Calvin Ho --
Sociological reflections on ethics, embryonic stem cells and translational research / Claire Williams and Steven Wainwright --
Rhetoric, power and legitimacy in public discourse: a critical analysis of the public debate surrounding the review of embryo research and cloning legislation in Australia in 2005 / Tamra Lysaght and Ian Kerridge --
New developments in stem cell science: iPS cells and the challenge to consent / Jonathan Mackenney and Benjamin Capps --
'Reasonable suffering': the application of stem cell technologies to non-human animals / James Yeates --
Ontological status of human-non-human embryonic chimeras / Josef Kur̆e --
Religion, civic virtue and the stem cell debate / Teoh Chin Leong --
Rejuvenated federalism: state-based stem cell research policy / Geoffrey Lomax --
Hybrid embryos --
ethics, law and rhetoric in the United Kingdom's stem cell policy / Natasha Hammond-Browning and Søren Holm --
Stem cell research and its clinical application in China: interactions between science, ethics and society / Renzong Qiu and Xiaomei Zhai --
Neither a 'person' nor a 'thing': the controversy concerning the moral and legal status of human embryos in Japan / Satoshi Kodama and Akira Akabayashi --
A tale of two countries: Czech and Slovak stem cell biopolicies / Peter Sýkora.
Other Titles: Global perspectives on the stem cell debate
Responsibility: editors, Benjamin J. Capps, Alastair V. Campbell.

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