Stem cells: Sience, medicine, law and ethics

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Ford, Norman and Herbert, Michael 2003. Stem cells: Sience, medicine, law and ethics. Australia: St Pauls Publications.
AuthorsFord, Norman and Herbert, Michael
Abstract

Reviews the scientific, medical, legal, therapeutic and ethical aspects of stem cell research and technology needed to form considered views about this rapidly developing field from a Christian perspective.

KeywordsStem cells; Medical Ethics
ISBN1876295740
Research GroupSchool of Philosophy
Year2003
PublisherSt Pauls Publications
Place of publicationAustralia
SeriesWindows Into
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