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  • |title=Jewish medical ethics ...ovits in the 1950s, Jewish medical ethics centers mainly around an applied ethics drawing upon traditional rabbinic law (halakhah). In addition, scholars hav
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  • |title=Jewish medical ethics ...ovits in the 1950s, Jewish medical ethics centers mainly around an applied ethics drawing upon traditional rabbinic law (halakhah). In addition, scholars hav
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  • Examining the Ethics and the Human Rights Issue of Infant Male Circumcision * history and medical ethics
    1 KB (133 words) - 14:55, 12 October 2019
  • ...sing Circumcision discusses marketing circumcision and the lack of medical ethics in doctors who profit from genital abuse of children.
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  • ...}}), Founding Director of the McGill's Faculty of Law Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law<ref>{{REFweb |title=Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law
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  • ...informed consent, HIV testing policies, medical rationing, implementation ethics, research involving children, health surveillance, health inequality and so |title=Hidden Costs: the ethics of cost-effectiveness analyses for health interventions in resource-limited
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  • ...d in 2012 and is a partnership of professionals in the fields of medicine, ethics, and law who are committed to inter-professional and public education towar [[Christopher Guest]], MD, FRCPC, serves as medical director.
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  • ...eal danger to American kids is foreskins" - or so elements of the American medical industry would like us to believe. ...more afraid of foreskins than of homosexuals? In this provocative survey, medical historian Robert Darby aims to place this American exceptionalism in histor
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  • ...ard as primarily a [[human rights]] and social justice issue, not really a medical issue at all. He is also author of "[[The sorcerer's apprentice]]: Why can' He also prepared a collection of the medical writings of Arthur Conan Doyle,'' Round the Red Lamp'' (Valancourt Books, 2
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  • ...bout genital anatomy, concepts of health, sexual morality, the rise of the medical profession, and the nature of disease, Darby shows how these factors transf ...te, lively, and sometimes combative investigation of a formative period in medical history, A Surgical Temptation will inform and engage any reader with an in
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  • * Medical and non-medical reasons * A view on rights and ethics
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  • ...rmation/law_centre_for_medicine_ethics_and_law McGill Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law], has likened infant male circumcision to criminal assault. ...n Paediatric Society] concluded in 1996, after an exhaustive review of the medical literature, that any potential benefit from neonatal circumcision does not
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  • ...at the [https://www.practicalethics.ox.ac.uk/ Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics]. ...n Bioethics in ''Gray Matters: Topics at the Intersection of Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society'', and in a landmark British high court case by Sir James Munb
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  • ...ink.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-0-585-39937-9_1 Evolutionary Cultural Ethics and Circumcision of Children] ...r/10.1007/978-0-585-39937-9_16 Post Trumatic Stress Disorder After Genital Medical Procedures]
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  • * Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Harsha Thirumurthy is Associate Professor in the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also Associate D
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  • As a medical student at America's oldest hospital, Pennsylvania Hospital, I was happy to ...ical school. Obediently, I proceeded to the newborn nursery, where another medical student was already waiting. I felt nervous, and he looked quite nervous, t
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  • ...n's interest in maximizing his income. This is a serious breach of medical ethics, which requires complete disclosure of all material information before gran [[Category:Medical society]]
    3 KB (425 words) - 03:20, 4 August 2020
  • ...erican boys and men, but also because it has damaged the reputation of the medical profession.<ref>{{REFweb |title=Circumcision and the code of ethics.
    3 KB (439 words) - 22:03, 2 September 2020
  • The '''American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)''' is the medical trade association that defends and promotes the business interests of famil Family physicians is one of three medical specialties who substantially profit from carrying out medically-uncessary,
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  • |url=http://www.seattlechildrens.org/medical-staff/Douglas-S-Diekema/ ...led the Ashley case. The Ashley Treatment refers to a controversial set of medical procedures undergone by a Seattle child, “Ashley X”. Ashley, born in 19
    13 KB (1,870 words) - 13:17, 28 March 2020
  • |journal=Bulletin of Medical Ethics |work=Male and Female Circumcision, Medical, Legal, and Ethical Considerations in Pediatric Practice
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