1. Family Problems
  2. David Magnus, Lisa Dagostino
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  1. The Family Covenant and Genetic Testing
  2. David John Doukas, Jessica W. Berg
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  1. A Good Idea Whose Time Will Come
  2. John C. Fletcher
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  1. No Consensus Worldwide
  2. Dorothy C. Wertz
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  1. Family Covenants and Confidentiality within Families
  2. Dianne M. Bartels
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  1. The Family Covenant: A Flawed Response to the Dilemmas of Genetic Testing
  2. Gregory Stock
  3. pp. 17-18
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  1. To Tell or Not to Tell: Mandating Disclosure of Genetic Testing Results
  2. Jerry Menikoff
  3. pp. 19-20
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  1. Family Covenant: Considerations of Trust
  2. David J. Miller
  3. pp. 20-21
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  1. Confidentiality in Genetic Testing
  2. Michael Parker
  3. pp. 21-22
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  1. The Family: Organic and Mechanistic Solidarity
  2. Richard E. Ashcroft
  3. pp. 22-23
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  1. The Myth of the Nuclear Family
  2. Ina Roy
  3. pp. 24-25
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  1. Feasibility of the Family-Centered Model for Genetic Testing
  2. Karen K. Steinberg
  3. pp. 25-26
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  1. Confidentiality, Genetic Information, and the Physician-Patient Relationship
  2. Rosamond Rhodes
  3. pp. 26-28
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  1. Family Physicians and the Family Covenant Model's Usefulness in Solving Genetic Testing Conflicts
  2. Ray Moseley
  3. pp. 28-29
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  1. Duties vs. Decency
  2. David J. Mayo
  3. pp. 30-31
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  1. Clinical Ethics and Family Morality
  2. William H. McKellin
  3. pp. 31-32
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  1. Why Not Grant Primacy to the Family?
  2. Barbara A. Koenig
  3. pp. 33-34
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  1. Genetics and Confidentiality
  2. Dan W. Brock
  3. pp. 34-35
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  1. Disability: An Agenda for Bioethics
  2. Mark G. Kuczewski
  3. pp. 36-44
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  1. Disability?: Long on the Agenda for Some Bioethicists
  2. Mary Briody Mahowald
  3. pp. 45-46
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  1. The Concept of Disability in Bioethics: Theoretical and Clinical Issues
  2. David B. Resnik
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  1. Help Wanted: Entrepreneurs Needed to Serve Bioethics' Outsiders
  2. Dominic A. Sisti, Arthur L. Caplan
  3. pp. 48-49
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  1. Disability Studies and Bioethics: A Comment on Kuczewski
  2. Jerome Edmund Bickenbach
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  1. Beyond Disability: Bioethics and Patient Advocacy
  2. Rebecca Dresser
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  1. Some Reflections on Disability and Bioethics
  2. Madison Powers
  3. pp. 51-52
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  1. Disability Matters: Differences and Rights
  2. Stephan Haimowitz
  3. pp. 53-54
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  1. How Long Has This Been Going On?: Disability Issues, Disability Studies, and Bioethics
  2. Erik Parens
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  1. Response to Mark Kuczewski
  2. Peter A. Singer
  3. pp. 55-56
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  1. A Neutral Ethical Framework for Understanding the Role of Disability in the Life Cycle
  2. Anita Silvers
  3. pp. 57-58
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  1. Bioethics and Disability: What's Health Got to Do with It?
  2. David T. Wasserman
  3. pp. 59-60
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  1. Rethinking Anger and Advocacy in Bioethics
  2. Kristin L. Kirschner
  3. pp. 60-61
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  1. Disability: Societal Responses to Difference and Interdisciplinary Interventions by Bioethicists
  2. Sandra Anderson Garcia
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  1. Disability and Bioethics: Removing Barriers to Understanding and Setting the Agenda for a New Conversation
  2. Walter S. Davis
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  1. History Precedes Ethics
  2. Edward D. Berkowitz
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  1. Judaism and the Modern World: Conservative Views on Bioethical Issues
  2. Felicia Cohn
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  1. Beyond Cloning: Religion and the Remaking of Humanity (review)
  2. Jonathan Michael Kaplan
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  1. Contributors
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