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Bioethik und Politik

  • Robert M. Cook-Deegan

Zusammenfassung

In diesem Beitrag stelle ich die Bemühungen der US-Bundesregierung dar, bei Entscheidungen über Entwicklungen in der Biologie und Medizin ethische Gesichtspunkte zu berücksichtigen. Ich werde mehrere prominente nationale Kommissionen, Programme zur Förderung angewandter Ethik durch Bundesinstitutionen und Versuche behandeln, die ethische Güterabwägung in die politische Entscheidung einzubeziehen.

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