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POST, STEPHEN G. (ED) - 4 Volumes. Bioethics for Students: How Do We Know What's Right? Issues in Medicine, Animal Rights, and the Environment. Volumes 1-4

NY, MACMILLAN Reference USA. 1999, First Edition. Hardcover, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Book, Written for students, this new multi-volume set examines issues in medicine, animal rights and the environment, along with the associated public debates and court cases. Covering many ground-breaking current topics, the set provides historical and social context, creating a framework for ethical consideration of these and other related issues in the future. Attractive two-color format, illustrations and sidebars with definitions and examples help create a highly accessible resource for the student and general reader. Volume 1, ISBN 0028649362 -Animals, Death and Dying, Environment, Ethics and Law, Fertility and Reproduction. Volume 2, ISBN 0028649370 -Genetics, Health Care, Mental Health, Population, Professional-Patient Issues. Volume 3, ISBN 0028649389 -Religious Perspectives, Research, Sex and Gender, Stages of Life, Therapies. Volume 4, ISBN 0028649397 -Therapies (continued), Transplants and Other Technical Devices, General Topics. No marks except library. About 200 pages each. Carefully packaged in a box for you. Very Good/No Jacket.
USD 36.95 [Appr.: EURO 30.5 | £UK 27.5 | JP¥ 3837] Booknumber: 9794

Total: USD 36.95 [Appr.: EURO 30.5 | £UK 27.5 | JP¥ 3837]

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