Hastings Center Report

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October 1983

Volume 13, Issue 5

Pages 2–48

  1. In Brief

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. Familiar Terms, New Definitions (page 3)

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560564

  2. Departments

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. AT THE CENTER (page 4)

      Joyce Bermel

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560566

  3. Article: New Prospects For Oversight

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. Private Genes and Public Ethics (pages 5–6)

      JONATHAN D. MORENO

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560567

  4. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. Looking Back at the President's Commission (pages 7–10)

      ALEXANDER MORGAN CAPRON

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560568

  5. Article

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. The President's Commission: Do We Need a Sequel? (pages 10–11)

      JOHN P. BUNKER and JINNET FOWLES

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560569

    2. Federal Commissions and Local IRBs (pages 11–12)

      MICHAEL S. YESLEY

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560570

  6. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. The Removal of Mr. Herbert's Feeding Tube (pages 13–16)

      BONNIE STEINBOCK

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560571

  7. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. Must Patients Always Be Given Food and Water? (pages 17–21)

      JOANNE LYNN and JAMES E. CHILDRESS

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560572

  8. Article: In Defense of Sentiment

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. On Feeding the Dying (page 22)

      DANIEL CALLAHAN

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560573

  9. Feature: Case Studies

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. The Doctor, the Patient, & the DRG (page 23)

      Jeffrey Wasserman, J. JOEL MAY, DANIEL H. SCHWARTZ and JOY HINSON PENTICUFF

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560574

  10. Features: Law and The Life Sciences

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. Baby Doe Redux: Doctors as Child Abusers (pages 26–27)

      GEORGE J. ANNAS

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560575

  11. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. Surrogate Mothers: Not So Novel After All (pages 28–34)

      JOHN A. ROBERTSON

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560576

  12. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. The Case against Surrogate Parenting (pages 35–39)

      HERBERT T. KRIMMEL

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560577

  13. Feature: Reviews

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. Genetic Counseling: The Sorrow and the Policy (pages 40–42)

      PHILIP REILLY

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560578

  14. Feature: Review

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. Cases in Point (pages 42–43)

      LAURENCE B. McCULLOUGH

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560579

  15. Departments: Correspondence

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. “Ordinary” and “Extraordinary” Vary with the Case (pages 43–44)

      Rev James V. Hickey and Sharon A. Fischer

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560580

    2. Barney Clark Was Well Informed (pages 44–44a)

      Jeffrey L. Lenow

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560581

    3. How Nursing Homes Turn Away Indigents (pages 44–45)

      Stephen R. Blum and N. Malcolm Haynes

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560582

    4. In Praise of Platonic Physicians (page 45)

      Stephen W. Luebke

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560583

  16. Departments

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Departments
    4. Article: New Prospects For Oversight
    5. Article: What it Achieved, What Remains to Be Done
    6. Article
    7. Article: Was It Murder, Malpractice, or Humane Medical Care?
    8. Article: Not When Burdens Outweigh Benefits
    9. Article: In Defense of Sentiment
    10. Feature: Case Studies
    11. Features: Law and The Life Sciences
    12. Article: The ethics Of Collaborative Reproduction
    13. Article: When Children are Conceived for Others
    14. Feature: Reviews
    15. Feature: Review
    16. Departments: Correspondence
    17. Departments
    1. IN THE LITERATURE (pages 46–47)

      Marna Howarth

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560584

    2. CALENDAR (page 48)

      Article first published online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560585

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