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BBH 301 Terms and Concepts for Exam #3 Spring 2009 White lies, deception, dishonesty Preimplantation genetic diagnosis Prenatal genetic testing Amniocentisis Chorionic villi sampling Risks/benefits of testing Genetic counseling Assisted Reproduction IVF Egg donation Sperm donation Surrogacy Harm reduction Types of harm reduction Definition Smokeless tobacco/nicotine vs. cigarettes
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Unformatted text preview: Risk-Use Equilibrium Paternalism in government Defining death Heart-lung-brain Brain death President’s commission definition Persistent vegetative state Whole brain death Major cases Living will/advance directive Life sustaining therapy Competence Self Made Man video...
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  • Spring '09
  • genetic testing, Prenatal diagnosis, Persistent vegetative state, Preimplantation genetic diagnosis, harm reduction Definition, Surrogacy Harm reduction

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