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From the Publisher"It is rare to find a text that offers a specifically feminist approach to bioethical problems that are not commonly taken as gendered...this book is to be recommended for an illuminating attempt at philosophical and legal rigor applied to cutting edge ethical issues."
Jackie L. Scully, Metapsychology Online
Dickenson is essential reading, making one aware that ensuring donors’ informed consent to the procedures they undergo hardly touches the complexity of the issues involved. Instead, we have to ask whether donors have a rightful interest in how the bodily tissues they donated are later used in research programs and also consider society’s legitimate interest in who benefits from the sale of the biotechnological products that may result." - SIGNS