- What religious ethics can and cannot tell us about reproduction and sexuality
Wells College, Aurora NY, 13026, USA
Reprod Biomed Online 17:9-16. 2008
..This paper shows why no such arguments are successful, and concludes that any compelling case against the Religious Right sexual ethic and in support of a humane one must be based in secular ethics...
- Waiting lists for radiation therapy: a case study
D P D'Souza
Department of Radiation Oncology, Hamilton Regional Cancer Centre, McMaster University, Canada
BMC Health Serv Res 1:3. 2001
- Medicalization, medical necessity, and feminist medicine
Wells College, Aurora, NY 13026, USA
Bioethics 15:248-61. 2001
..Harnessing the power of medicine for women's welfare requires us to rethink the goals of medicine as well as implement fundamental reforms...
- Should we add "xeno" to "transplantation"?
Wells College, Aurora, NY, USA
Politics Life Sci 19:247-59. 2000
..Because of this risk, a moratorium on xenotransplantation is necessary to protect public health; it is also questionable whether the technology, if successful, would be the most cost-effective way to promote health...
- Like a motherless child: fetal eggs and families
Philosophy, Wells College, Ithaca, New York, USA
J Clin Ethics 16:329-34. 2005
- Women's reproductive autonomy: medicalisation and beyond
Wells College, 75 Turkey Hill Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA
J Med Ethics 32:287-91. 2006
..As there is no morally relevant difference between these two types of reduction, it is evident that inappropriate medicalisation can still limit women's autonomy in undesirable ways...
- Is preconception sex selection necessarily sexist?
Wells College, 170 Main Street, Aurora, NY 13026, USA
Reprod Biomed Online 15:33-7. 2007
..In those cases, there is no obvious benefit from prohibition, and prohibition may even represent a risk to women's reproductive autonomy...
- Is emergency contraception murder?
Wells College, Ithaca, New York 14850, USA
Reprod Biomed Online 18:37-42. 2009
..I also show that none of the remaining considerations are sufficiently compelling to warrant overriding women's right to exercise religious, moral, and political agency in preventing undesired pregnancies...