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|Additional Physical Format:||Ebook version :|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Malcolm K Smith
|Description:||x, 224 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Conceiving saviour children : technological advances, ethical concern and legitimate regulatory oversight? --
The regulatory landscape relevant to assisted reproductive technology --
Regulating access to and the delivery of pre-implantation tissue-typing services --
Liberty and reproductive decision-making --
The harm principle as a means for justifying state intervention and regulation --
Creating saviour children : what is the harm? --
Creating saviour children : the wider ethical and moral arguments --
Regulating assisted reproductive technology services for the creation of saviour children : a way forward.
|Responsibility:||Malcolm K. Smith.|
'In this sensible and cogent analysis, Smith cuts to the heart of what is at stake in the regulation of the deliberate creation of "saviour siblings". This elegant book offers a highly stimulating
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