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  • Archived Bioethics Websites | Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown University
    Archived Websites The Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments 1994 1995 President s Council on Bioethics 2001 2009 National Bioethics Advisory Commission 1996 2001 High School Bioethics Curriculum Project PHLX101 02 Introduction to Bioethics Search the Website Archives Explore More Bioethics Resources You can find more unique collections and research help at the BRL website Return to the Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown University website Please cite this website URL

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  • The Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments (ACHRE) Archive
    Committee was obligated to provide public access to its activities processes and papers The Advisory Committee believed however that the nature of the subject it investigated and the human stories that comprise it placed on it a special responsibility to disseminate as broadly as possible the results of its investigations the implications of that history for our own time and its best judgement concerning the rights and responsibilities of those involved The National Security Archive obtained the data from the ACHRE gopher when the Advisory Committee was dissolved in October of 1995 The information acquired from the original internet site includes Information about the original ACHRE gopher Background of ACHRE human radiation experiments government records Committee meetings ACHRE offices and personnel The Interim Report of October 21 1994 Glossary experiment and document collection descriptions bibliography The Final Report Researchers should note that the data contains references to ACHRE contacts and e mail addresses that with the dissolution of the Advisory Committee no longer exist Further questions about ACHRE and documents collected by the Committee should be directed to the National Archives and Records Administration where the documents have been deposited This data was obtained by the National Security Archive with

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  • The President's Council on Bioethics
    through which to view particular developments in their proper scope and depth Dr Kass served as chairman of the President s Council on Bioethics from 2001 2005 Edmund D Pellegrino T o advance human good and avoid harm biotechnology must be used within ethical constraints It is the task of bioethics to help society develop those constraints and bioethics therefore must be of concern to all of us Dr Pellegrino served as chairman of the President s Council on Bioethics from 2005 2009 We invite you to read our reports on ethical issues that arise from advances in biotechnology and biomedical sciences Such issues include determination of death human cloning human dignity and bioethics newborn screening stem cell research alternative sources of stem cells end of life care the regulation of assisted reproduction and the uses of biotechnology that go beyond therapy Age Retardation Life Extension Aging and End of Life Beyond Therapy Enhancement Biotechnology and Public Policy Bioethics Commissions Bioethics in Literature Cloning Children Council s Future Work Death Drugs Children Behavior Control Genetics Health Care Human Dignity Memory Boosting Suppression Mood Control Nanotechnology Neuroethics Newborn Screening Organ Transplantation Professions Property in the Body Research Ethics Sex Selection Stem

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  • National Bioethics Advisory Commission
    Links This NBAC web site is hosted and maintained by the Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown University Materials produced by the National Bioethics Advisory Commission in this archive are government documents and in the public domain Please note the source

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  • PHLX101-02: Introduction to Bioethics | About
    Course Introduction to Bioethics explores some of the most difficult and fascinating moral challenges we face in health medicine and emerging technologies Should we clone humans What should we think of the coming genetic revolution How much control should we have over how and when we die When does medical treatment turn into medical enhancement and should we care Is rationing health care good bad necessary or all of the above This course will explore fundamental moral issues that arise in medicine health and biotechnology Get behind the headlines and polarized debates and join others who want to think deeply and openly about these problems Some are as old as life itself the vulnerability of illness the fact of death Some are new brought on by a dizzying pace of technology that can unsettle our core ideas about human nature and our place in the world And nearly all intersect with issues of racial and gender equality as well as policies affecting the world s most vulnerable populations Designed to introduce students to the range of issues that define bioethics together with core concepts and skills this course should be of interest to undergraduates health care professionals policy makers and

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  • Radiation
    About the information contained in this gopher Full outline of gopher contents

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  • Radiation
    Committee Establishment Radiation and Human Experiments Records of Government Activities

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  • Radiation
    13 1994 Washington D C Seventh Meeting October 12 13 1994 Washington D C Eighth Meeting November 14 15 1994 Washington D C Ninth Meeting December 15 16 1994 Washington D C Tenth Meeting January 19 20 1995 Washington D C Eleventh Meeting February 19 20 1995 Washington D C Twelfth Meeting March 16 17 1995 Washington D C Thirteenth Meeting April 10 11 1995 Washington D C Fourteenth Meeting

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