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Title Reproductive technologies [electronic resource] / Clay Farris Naff, book editor.
Publication Info. Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2007.
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 Libraries Electronic Books  ELECTRONIC BOOK-Opposing Viewpoints In Context    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 235 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Opposing Viewpoints In Context
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 220-223) and index.
Contents ch. 1. Do reproductive technologies impact society? -- 1. Reproductive technologies destroy families / Tricia Smith Vaughan -- 2. Reproductive technologies help families / Bonnie Gilbert -- 3. Egg donation puts women at risk / Judy Norsigian -- 4. Egg donation brings joy to women / Heidi and "Tawni," interviewed by Nell Bernstein -- 5. Future harms of reproductive technologies are worth opposing now / Sujatha Jesudason -- ch. 2. What ethical issues arise in reproductive technologies? -- 1. Embryos deserve the moral status of persons / Rogeer Hoedemaekers -- 2. Embryos do not deserve the moral status of persons / Michael J. Sandel -- 3. A secular regard for the human body means restricting reproductive technologies / Ingrid Schneider -- 4. A secular regard for human liberty means allowing reproductive technologies / John A. Robertson -- 5. Intervention in god's plan for natural reproduction is wrong / John B. Shea -- 6. Religion should not interfere in bioethics / George Dvorsky -- ch. 3. Should limits be placed on current reproductive technologies? -- 1. Some reproductive technologies should be suspended / Elizabeth Marquardt -- 2. Some reproductive technologies should be allowed to proceed with caution / Paul Lauritzen -- 3. Sex selection technologies should be left to parental choice / Edgar Dahl -- 4. Sex selection technologies should not be left to parental choice / Marcy Darnovsky -- 5. Older women should be allowed to use reproductive technologies to become mothers / Jennie Bristow -- 6. Older women should be discouraged from using reproductive technologies to become mothers / Jamie Borland -- 7. The government should support embryo adoptions / Daniel I. Wallance -- 8. Embryo adoptions are a waste of government money / Arthur Caplan -- ch. 4. Should new reproductive technologies be pursued? -- 1. Research cloning is a threat / Charles Krauthammer -- 2. Research cloning is not likely to be a threat / Robin Marantz Henig -- 3. Parents should be free to use "designer baby" technologies / Krista Conger -- 4. Society should restrict "designer baby" technologies / Shannon Brownlee.
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Subject Human reproductive technology -- Juvenile literature.
Human reproductive technology -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Juvenile literature.
Added Author Naff, Clay Farris.
Opposing Viewpoints In Context
ISBN 9780737733310 (hardcover)
0737733314 (hardcover)
9780737733327 (pbk.)
0737733322 (pbk.)
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