More from the August 2009 issue of The American Journal of Bioethics. This asks an important question: Is it ethical to provide pre-natal diagnosis of congenital abnormalities when abortion is not an option?
Prenatal Diagnosis and Abortion for Congenital Abnormalities: Is It Ethical to Provide One Without the Other?
by Angela Ballantyne, Richard Ashcroft, Florencia Luna, Ainsley J. Newson
AJOB 2009; 9(8):48
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A Closer Look at the Abortion Debate in Iran
by Kiarash Aramesh
AJOB 2009; 9(8):57
Prenatal Diagnosis and Abortion are Not in Conflict in Israel
by Ari Z. Zivotofsky, Alan B. Jotkowitz
AJOB 2009; 9(8):58
From Iran to Latin America: Must Prenatal Diagnosis Necessarily Be Provided With Abortion for Congenital Abnormalities?
by Daniel Sperling
AJOB 2009; 9(8):61
An Unjustified Exception to an Unjust Law?
by David Wasserman, Adrienne Asch
AJOB 2009; 9(8):63
Does Prenatal Diagnosis Morally Require Provision of Selective Abortion?
by Diana Buccafurni, Pepe Lee Chang
AJOB 2009; 9(8):65
Can, Should, Ought, Must
by Howard Trachtman
AJOB 2009; 9(8):67
Prenatal Testing Can Be Advantageous Even When Abortion is Not an Option
by Alexander A. Kon
AJOB 2009; 9(8):69
Abortion: Prohibitions and Exceptions
by Sheelagh McGuinness
AJOB 2009; 9(8):70