Biomedical Ethics Reviews

Book Series
There are 22 volumes in this series
Published 1983 - 2007

About this series

The Biomedical Ethics Review series provides readers from diverse backgrounds and interests with enhanced awareness of, and heightened sensitivity to, crucial problems in biomedical ethics, demonstrating how these issues impact today’s society. Written with medical professionals and concerned laypersons in mind, the series strives to keep the technical jargon of medicine and ethics to a minimum while still maintaining a professional approach to important "hotbed" topics such as stem cell research, alternative and complementary medicine, physician assisted death, human cloning, and alternate modes of contraception.