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To Be or Not to Be: Reflections on Modern Bioethical Choices

by Donald V. Paone

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0966722205, Paperback)

Modern technological advances have placed ordinary people in the position of making extraordinary decisions. Is it ethical to assist a suffering loved on to hasten death? Is it morally right to fertilize many eggs in vitro, knowing that most will be destroyed, in order to increase the odds of having one child? Is it right to have an abortion? Is homosexuality morally wrong or is it nature's design? This book clearly and concisely describes our latest technological advances and helps us formulate a consistent moral standard useful in navigating through uncharted moral waters.

(retrieved from Amazon Sat, 29 Aug 2015 22:04:48 -0400)

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