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Case Study 1: Stem CellsEmbryonic Stem Cells
Case Study 2: Creationism. Evolution and Creationism in the Classroom
Case Study 3: Cloning.Of Cats and Clones
Case Study 4: Heart Transplant. Be part of the Committee Decision
Case Study 5: Hormones and Multiple Births. What are the Risks and Benefits?
Case Study 6: Transplant. Financial Reimbursement for Organ Donation
Case Study 7: Bulimia. Definitions and Deliberations
Case Study 8: AIDS Vaccine.The Quest for an AIDS Vaccine
Case Study 9: Smoking Ban.Pros and Cons of Smoking Bans
Case Study 10: Behavior Disordered Students.Diagnosing ADHD
Case Study 11: Hearing Loss and Jobs. Individual Choice and Company Policy
Case Study 12: Sports & Fitness. A Story of High Stakes Sports and Negligence
Case Study 13: Artificial Blood. Problems in Developing Artificial Blood
Case Study 14: Osteoporosis. Can We Legally Mandate Prevention Through Drugs?
Case Study 15: Development. In vitro Fertilization and the Question of Embryos
Case Study 16: Frozen Embryos. A Fertility Clinic's Storage Problem
Case Study 17: Artificial Womb. From Goat Fetus to ?
Case Study 18: Treatment of Critically Ill Newborns. Debating the Decisions
Case Study 19: DNA Dragnets. The Case of Anna P.
Case Study 20: Conservation. Barn Owl Conservation
Case Study 21: Offspring. Should You Need A License To Be A Parent??
Case Study 22: Dr. Walker. Is Dr. Melissa Walker Too Old To Have A Baby?
Case Study 23: Embryos. The Case Of The Embryos Without Parents
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