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Fetal therapy: practical ethical considerations.
How <i>Not</i> to Argue for Selective Reproductive Procedures.
Reproductive choice, enhancement, and the moral continuum argument.
Prenatal screening, reproductive choice, and public health.
Reflections on moral enhancement: can we? Should we?
Better than men? Sex and the therapy/enhancement distinction.
Fetal therapy for Down syndrome: an ethical exploration.
The concept of autonomy and its role in Kantian ethics.
On the genetic modification of psychology, personality, and behavior.
Clinical ethics and values: how do norms evolve from practice?