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Provides the clinical, legal, academic, scientific, religious and broad community-at-large with a rapid but comprehensive debate of issues in bioethics.
http://www.ajobonline.com/
Provides educational information about the intersection of law, medicine, and ethics.
http://www.aslme.org/
Société canadienne de bioéthique.
http://www.bioethics.ca/
News and commentary on pertinent bioethical issues, including cloning and abortion, IVF, genetics, and stem cells from a Christian perspective.
http://www.cbhd.org/
Center for medical ethics and mediation is a nonprofit educational association.
http://www.cmem.org/
Details of a legal standards and ethics research project by the University of Tasmania's Centre for Law and Genetics.
http://www.lawgenecentre.org/
Serves as a clearing house for information on the social, ethical, and policy issues associated with genetic and genomic knowledge and technology.
http://www.genethics.ca/
As the United States prepares to go to war, the prospect of chemical and biological warfare has created international concern.
http://www.bioinsbor.org/
Roman Catholic centre presents topic papers on contentious issues in medical ethics, details of the Centre's publications, and information about conferences.
http://www.linacre.org/
An interdisciplinary institution examining the complex interactions between medicine and society.
http://www.societyandmedicine.org/
Dedicated to integrating ethics into health care policy and clinical decision making.
http://www.midbio.org/
Agency of the Catholic Bishops Conference dealing with issues in bioethics.
http://www.nathaniel.org.nz/
Offers a forum for the discussion of the relationship between ethics and medical science both for professionals and lay persons.
http://www.nijm.org/
Working to promote collaboration among researchers and identify ethical problems arising in connection with genetic engineering and biotechnological research.
http://www.ncbio.org/
Enacted by George W. Bush, the council's purpose is to advise the president on bioethical issues related to advances in biomedical science and technology.
http://www.bioethics.gov/