Prenatal diagnostic testing raises a number of important ethical issues, some related to diagnostic testing in general and others related to the special circumstances of pregnancy. These issues are most effectively addressed in the context of a broader understanding of the goals of prenatal diagnosis. Our dual obligations--to the pregnant woman and to the fetus--have an important influence on the goals of testing.
Journals related to Prenatal ethical considerations
western journal of medicine, European Journal of human Genetics, Journal of Midwifery & Womens Health, Journal of Social Work Values & Ethics, The Journal of philosophy, Science & Law.
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