Informed consent, proxy consent, and Catholic bioethics for the good of the subject /
This work offers a comprehensive understanding rooted in Catholic anthropology and moral theory of the meaning and limits of informed and proxy consent to experimentation on human subjects. In particular, it seeks to articulate the rationale for proxy consent in both therapeutic and nontherapeutic s...
|Series:||Philosophy and medicine ;
|Online Access:||Online version|
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