1. The Principlism-Confucianism Debate Continues
  2. Leonardo D. de Castro
  3. pp. 1-3
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  1. Confucian Reflective Equilibrium: Why Principlism is Misleading for Chinese Bioethical Decision-Making
  2. Fan Ruiping
  3. pp. 4-13
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  1. The Kerala Experience in Palliative Care: An Ethical Exploration from the Public Health Perspective
  2. Aneena Anna Abraham, V. Jithesh
  3. pp. 14-28
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  1. Examining the Protection of Group's Interest under Taiwan's Human Biobank Management Act
  2. Jui-Chu Lin, Chia-Cheng Liao
  3. pp. 29-41
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  1. Korean Experience of Withholding and Withdrawing of Life-Sustaining Therapy in Intensive Care Units
  2. Jae Young Moon, Younsuck Koh
  3. pp. 42-47
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  1. Safety and Neuroethical Consideration of Deep Brain Stimulation as Psychiatric or Dementia Treatment
  2. Miyako Takagi
  3. pp. 48-64
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  1. Inconsistency, Increased Viability and Pre-Infants: A Legal Inquiry into the Donation of Aborted Foetuses in Stem Cell Research
  2. F. Elias Boujaoude
  3. pp. 65-71
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  1. Conflict of Interest: A Major Obstacle to Preserving Scientific Integrity
  2. Lik Chern Melvin Tan
  3. pp. 72-78
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  1. Japan's Wartime Medical Atrocities: Comparative Inquiries in Science, History, and Ethics (review)
  2. Alastair V. Campbell
  3. pp. 79-81
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 82-83
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