Ethics & Medicine : Volume 36:2 Summer 2020

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EDITORIAL
A New Chapter for Ethics & Medicine
C. Ben Mitchell, PhD

GREY MATTERS
The Ethics of Naming Epidemics
William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD

CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA
Daring to Discharge
Robert D. Orr, MD, CM; Ferdinand D. Yates Jr., MD, MA (Bioethics)

NaProTechnology : A Medical Embodiment of the Catholic Perspective on an Infertile Couple’s Right to Family Planning
Sister Renee Mirkes, OSF, PHD

Ethical Considerations for Offering Non-Invasive Prenatal Tests Within a Public Healthcare System : A Rule Utilitarian Perspective
Jeffrey Yuk-Chiu Yip, RN(HK), MNSC, PGCERT; Zoe Wai-King Tsui, RN(HK), RM(HK), MSC (Healthcare), PGCERT(NICU), PRCC(PICU) 

Overlooked Costs of Legalizing Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia
Arthur J. Dyck, PhD

BOOK REVIEWS

The Disappearance of Moral Knowledge
Dallas Willard, Edited and completed by Steven L. Porter, Aaron Preston, and Green A. Ten Elsof. New York; Routledge, 2018.
ISBN  978-0367502294,  387 PAGES, HARDCOVER.  $160.00
Reviewed by Jacob Shatzer, PhD(Marquette University),  who serves as associate professor of theology studies and associate dean in the School of Theology & Missions at Union University in Jackson, TN.

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