biomedical ethics: December 2005 Archives

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35 and Pregnant? Assessing Risk Becomes Easier - New York Times
I've long been concerned about the general acceptance of prenatal euthanasia. Prenatal diagnosis can be useful when deciding on the place of birth - if you know that the baby has specific problems you might choose to birth in a high tech setting. But more commonly, the conditions that can be diagnosed will offer only very limited choices. There can be an enormous pressure on families to abort known 'defectives'.

Think about it


Depression: A new sexually transmitted disease

The more I read Dr. Throckmorton, the more I like his thinking.

I just wish that I had a way to better communicate this to those who really need to know.

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