American Journal of Bioethics.

The Intractable and the Novel: Looking Ahead in Bioethics

Practicing bioethics is not like practicing medicine. Medical advances are easy to measure and well documented. Recent decades have seen increases in longevity, improvements in quality of life and productivity, and fundamental changes in how we approach many medical problems. (Who in 1960 would have believed peptic ulcers were an infectious disease?) It has become relatively common for major medical problems to be eliminated entirely, cured. […]

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Volume 13, Issue 1
January 2013