Law 665: Bioethics
A three-hour course that covers a broad range of bioethics issues,
including stem cell research, fetal tissue research, genetic testing,
genetic engineering, human experimentation, the right-to-die, the right
to demand medical treatment, physician-assisted suicide, reporductive
rights, surrogate reproduction, medical informed consent, feminism
issues regarding medical treatments, racism involving medical
treatments, and other standard bioethics issues relating to patients'
due process, interest, and right of privacy.
2 - 3 Credits
- Lecture: Lecture for Law 665
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