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Fundamentals of the stem cell debate : the scientific, religious, ethical, and political issues / edited by Kristen Renwick Monroe, Ronald B. Miller, and Jerome S. Tobis
Berkeley : University of California Press, c2008
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 4th Floor  QH588.S83 F86 2008    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Embryonic stem cells -- Research -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States
Embryonic stem cells -- Research -- Religious aspects
Embryonic stem cells -- Research -- Political aspects -- United States
Stem cells -- Research -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States
Stem cells -- Research -- Religious aspects
Stem cells -- Research -- Political aspects -- United States
Physical Description 218 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Stem cells / Peter J. Bryant and Philip H. Schwartz -- Therapeutic uses of stem cells / Philip H. Schwartz and Peter J. Bryant -- Ethical issues in human embryonic stem cell research / Philip J. Nickel -- Religious perspectives on embryonic stem cell research / Mahtab Jafari, Fanny Elahi, Saba Ozyurt, and Ted Wrigley -- Political issues in the stem cell debate: the view from California / Lawrence S.B. Goldstein -- Roots and branches of the U.S. national debate on human embryonic stem cell research / Lee L. Zwanziger -- Stem cell politics: the perfect is the enemy of the good / Sidney H. Golub -- Ethical issues in stem cell research, therapy, and public policy / Ronald B. Miller
Alternate Author Monroe, Kristen R., 1946-
Miller, Ronald Baker
Tobis, Jerome S., 1915-2012

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