1. Uterine Transplantation: Ethics in Light of Recent Successes
  2. Jennifer Flynn, Naila Ramji
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  1. Resilience and Group-Based Harm
  2. Ami Harbin
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  1. Living a Meaningful Life and Taking Good Care of Oneself in Times of Illness: Highlighting a Dilemma
  2. Truus Teunissen, Paul Lindhout, Karen Schipper, Tineke Abma
  3. pp. 44-59
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  1. An Exploration of the Ethics of Collecting Forensic Evidence from Sexual Assault Survivors
  2. Leona Bruijns
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  1. The Voices Missing from the Autonomy Discourse (Are Also the Most Indispensable)
  2. Julia D. Gibson
  3. pp. 77-98
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  1. An Argument for a Substantively Weak-Dialogical Approach to Autonomy
  2. Matthew Wolever
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  1. Is Protection against HPV Ethically Required in the Garden of Immunity?
  2. Cambray Smith
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  1. Gender, Status, and the Steepness of the Social Gradients in Health
  2. Carina Fourie
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  1. Lost in Narratives of Identity: The Predicament of Surrogates in Thailand
  2. Yuqing Li
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  1. Clinical Research Involving Pregnant Women ed. by Fran├žoise Baylis and Angela Ballantyne (review)
  2. Elizabeth Victor
  3. pp. 175-179
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