Ethical Issues in the Use of Implanted Medical Devices

Chisholm Health Ethics Bulletin 11 (3):9 (2006)
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Moates, Anne The European Group on Ethics in Science has made recommendations about the ethics of certain types of implanted medical devices, which include privacy, equity, informed consent, non-discrimination, precautionary principle, and non-instrumentalisation. Implant ethics, therefore would have to deal with issues of normality and disease with the admissibility of human enhancement



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