Books of Interest
Jewish Law maintains a list of books that may be of interest to our readers.
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|Biomedical Ethics and Jewish Law||Rosner, Fred||Medical||Ktav||2001|
|This is a book for readers who wish to keep in touch with biomedical/ethical developments from the standpoint of both science and Jewish tradition. Among the topics discussed are medical confidentiality, contraception, artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, surrogate motherhood, sex predetermination, abortion and pregnancy reduction, genetic screening, gene therapy, cloning, euthanasia, quality of life, death and dying, organ translation, autopsy, embalming and cremation, animal and human experimentation, scarce resource allocation, and managed.|
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