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Volume 9, Number 8, August 2009

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Sir John Maddox and the Ethics of Heresy
pp. 1-2(2)
Author: Wolpe, Paul Root

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Disclosing Clinical Trial Results: Publicity, Significance and Independence
pp. 3-5(3)
Authors: Liao, S. Matthew; Sheehan, Mark; Clarke, Steve

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Why Consent May Not Be Needed For Organ Procurement
pp. 3-10(8)
Authors: Delaney, James; Hershenov, David

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Pardon My Asking: What's New?
pp. 11-13(3)
Authors: Hester, D. Micah; Schonfeld, Toby

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The Organ Conscription Trolley Problem
pp. 13-14(2)
Author: Kolber, Adam

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Hypotheticals, Analogies, Death's Harms, and Organ Procurement
pp. 14-16(3)
Author: Nelson, James Lindemann

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Survivors' Interests in Human Remains
pp. 16-17(2)
Author: Cantor, Norman

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Is Context a Distortional Factor, Really?
pp. 20-21(2)
Author: Kirby, Jeffrey

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Advancing the Case for Organ Procurement
pp. 22-23(2)
Author: Eberl, Jason

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The Duty to Disclose Adverse Clinical Trial Results
pp. 24-32(9)
Authors: Liao, S. Matthew; Sheehan, Mark; Clarke, Steve

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The Duty to Register Phase I Trials
pp. 41-42(2)
Author: Saunders, Peter

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Precautionary Harm Disclosure in Clinical Trials
pp. 43-45(3)
Author: Wu, Kevin Chien-Chang

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Prenatal Diagnosis and Abortion for Congenital Abnormalities: Is It Ethical to Provide One Without the Other?
pp. 48-56(9)
Authors: Ballantyne, Angela; Newson, Ainsley; Luna, Florencia; Ashcroft, Richard

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A Closer Look at the Abortion Debate in Iran
pp. 57-58(2)
Author: Aramesh, Kiarash

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Prenatal Diagnosis and Abortion Are Not in Conflict in Israel
pp. 58-60(3)
Authors: Zivotofsky, Ari; Jotkowitz, Alan

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An Unjustified Exception to an Unjust Law?
pp. 63-65(3)
Authors: Wasserman, David; Asch, Adrienne

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Does Prenatal Diagnosis Morally Require Provision of Selective Abortion?
pp. 65-67(3)
Authors: Buccafurni, Diana; Chang, Pepe Lee

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Can, Should, Ought, Must
pp. 67-69(3)
Author: Trachtman, Howard

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Abortion: Prohibitions and Exceptions
pp. 70-72(3)
Author: McGuinness, Sheelagh

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Corrigendum
pp. 77-77(1)

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