New Reproductive Options: New Ethical Questions. Dianne Bartels, RN, MA, PhD Center for Bioethics University of Minnesota. Objectives. To examine the individual and social consequences of new biological technologies by looking at reproductive options
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Dianne Bartels, RN, MA, PhD
Center for Bioethics
University of Minnesota
A response to a question about whether existing IVF embryos are really “spare” (unwanted) embryos.Embryo Adoption
test for susceptibilities to diseases
like cystic fibrosis, breast cancer,
or Fanconi’s Anemia; genetics will
become the “new paradigm”
for health care.
So, what tests should be done/allowed?
offering the choices about whether to continue a pregnancy