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Volume 11, Number 10, 1 October 2011

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Response to Open Peer Commentaries on “Rationing Just Medical Care”
pp. W1-W3(3)
Author: Schneiderman, Lawrence J.

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What It Means to Treat People as Ends-in-Themselves
pp. 6-7(2)
Author: Potter, Nancy Nyquist

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Retribution, Deterrence, and Organ Donation
pp. 7-9(3)
Author: Gardner, Molly

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Organs By Firing Squad: The Medical and Moral Implausibility of Death Penalty Organ Procurement
pp. 11-13(3)
Authors: Tsai, Daniel Fu-Chang; Tsai, Meng-Kung; Ko, Wen-Je

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Would Donation Undercut the Morality of Execution?
pp. 13-14(2)
Author: Murphy, Peter

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Prisoners as Living Organ Donors: The Case of the Scott Sisters
pp. 15-16(2)
Authors: Goldberg, Aviva M.; Frader, Joel

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Criteria for Authorship in Bioethics
pp. 17-21(5)
Authors: Resnik, David B.; Master, Zubin

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Bioethics Authorship in Context: How Trends in Biomedicine Challenge Bioethics
pp. 22-24(3)
Authors: Ankeny, Rachel A.; Leonelli, Sabina

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But What Does Authorship Mean, Indeed?
pp. 28-30(3)
Author: Jacob, Marie-Andrée

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On Authorship
pp. 32-33(2)
Author: Miller, Franklin G.

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Letter to the Editors
pp. 34-35(2)
Author: McCullough, Laurence B.

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book-review

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