Technology, and current law permit couples to have embryos created in vitro, frozen, and stored for later implantation, gestation, and birth. What ethical and moral issues may arise from this? Read text, pages 73-83.
Textbook: Kaebnick, Gregory. Taking Sides – Clashing Views on Bioethical Issues, 18th Ed., McGraw-Hill Education Publisher, Copyright 2020.
Students will read selected portions of the text related to specific ethical issues of the day and develop a written to the issue. The response should briefly present the ‘pros’ and ‘cons’ of the issue and then your own position. Students are encouraged to research additional articles to further inform the argument which should be cited in a reference list included with each paper. Written responses should be at least 400 words to be eligible for full credit.
1. Students will be aware of and informed about some of the medical/ethical issues facing American society and the world.
2. Students will be aware of the importance of health-related decisions made by individuals, health professionals and government agencies.
3. Students will be able to enter the verbal give and take of debate without becoming angry or overly emotive.
4. Students will be able to summarize in writing, both sides of a bioethical issue of interest, and to formulate and express in writing their own position.
Students will read selected portions of the text related to specific ethical issues of the day and develop a written
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