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Readings in Bioethics
Readings in Bioethics is a series of anthologies that gather together seminal essays in four areas: reproductive technologies, genetic technologies, death and dying, and health care policy. Each of the readers addresses specific case studies and issues under its respective topic. The goal of this series is twofold: First, to provide a set of readers on thematic topics for introductory or survey courses in bioethics or for courses with a particular theme or time limitation. When used in conjunction with a core text that provides the appropriate level of analytical framework, the readers in this series provide specific analysis of a set of issues that meets the professor's individual needs and interests. Second, each of the readers in this series is designed with the student in mind and aims to present important articles that help students focus more thoroughly and effectively on specific topics that flesh out the ethical issues at the core of bioethics.

Editor(s): Thomas A. Shannon
Genetics: Science, Ethics, and Public Policy
EDITED BY THOMAS A. SHANNON - CONTRIBUTIONS BY MARK P. AULISIO; FRANÇOISE BAYLIS; GEOFFREY D. BLOCK; HAWLEY FOG...
Sheed & Ward • January 2005 • Textbook
Health Care Policy: A Reader
EDITED BY THOMAS A. SHANNON - CONTRIBUTIONS BY JESSE A. BERLIN; EUGENE BRAUNWALD; ESTEBAN GONZALEZ BURCHARD; SC...
Sheed & Ward • August 2004 •
Death and Dying: A Reader
EDITED BY THOMAS A. SHANNON - CONTRIBUTIONS BY PAUL B. BASCOM; DAVID DEGRAZIA; EZEKIEL J. EMANUEL; KATHLEEN FOL...
Sheed & Ward • May 2004 • Textbook
Reproductive Technologies: A Reader
EDITED BY THOMAS A. SHANNON - CONTRIBUTIONS BY DAVID ADAMSON; LORI B. ANDREWS; ROBERT BOOSTANFAR; ETHICS COMMIT...
Sheed & Ward • December 2003 •