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1. The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly: Volume > 8 > Issue: 4
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Edward J. Furton In This Issue
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William L. Saunders Jr. Washington Insider
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4. The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly: Volume > 8 > Issue: 4
Charol Abrams Bias and Censorship in the AMWA Journal: Lack of Balance in Reporting on Embryonic Stem Cell Research
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In response to reports on embryonic stem cell research in the AMWA Journal, the official publication of the American Medical Writers Association, the author submitted a brief article discussing ethical objections to such research. The Journal editor rejected the article, saying the Journal was not an appropriate place to discuss the ethics of stem cell research. The author challenged this reasoning because the Journal is committed to informing members about relevant ethical issues, ethics were mentioned in one of the original reports, and related ethical concerns were discussed in a previous issue. Further efforts to secure balanced reporting failed. Concerned professionals should be aware of the AMWA bias. National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 8.4 (Winter 2008): 639–654.
5. The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly: Volume > 8 > Issue: 4
James J. Delaney Wrongful Life and the Human Embryo: A Catholic Response to a Common Criticism
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Kevin D. O’Rourke When to Withdraw Life Support?
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Stephen J. Heaney Protecting Conscience in Health Care: Taking a Road Not Traveled
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Renée Mirkes The Mortuary Science of Alkaline Hydrolysis: Is It Ethical?
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Grattan T. Brown The Social Responsibility of Catholic Health Care Institutions
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Steven A. Long The False Theory UndergirdingCondomitic Exceptionalism: A Response to William F. Murphy Jr. and Rev. Martin Rhonheimer
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