The Making of British Bioethics
by Duncan Wilson
Publisher: Manchester University Press 2014
Number of pages: 320
This book draws on a wide range of sources to detail how and why bioethics became so influential in Britain, including the archives of government departments, public inquiries, universities and professional organisations, as well as private papers, published materials, press reports, television programmes and interviews.
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