The influence of Catholicism, Islam and Judaism on the assisted reproductive technologies ('ART') bioethical and legal debate: a comparative survey of ART in Italy, Egypt and Israel

Dublin Core

Title

The influence of Catholicism, Islam and Judaism on the assisted reproductive technologies ('ART') bioethical and legal debate: a comparative survey of ART in Italy, Egypt and Israel

Author

Bundren, Mary Rodgers

Publisher

2007/06/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20070600

Primary Classification

14.4

Secondary Classification

14.4;1.2;21.1

Primary keywords

cross-cultural comparison--[pri];international aspects--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];Jewish ethics--[pri];legal aspects--[pri];religious ethics--[pri];reproductive technologies--[pri];Roman Catholic ethics--[pri]

Secondary keywords

beginning of life;cryopreservation;embryos;germ cells;in vitro fertilization;infertility;methods;Muslim world;regulation;surrogate mothers

Subject

Egypt--[pri];Israel--[pri];Italy--[pri]

Subject

gamete donation

Journal Article

University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 2007 Summer; 84: 715-746

Primary Document Type

ja

Call Number

citation

Subject Captions

l r

Bibliography

245 fn.

Collection

Citation

“The influence of Catholicism, Islam and Judaism on the assisted reproductive technologies ('ART') bioethical and legal debate: a comparative survey of ART in Italy, Egypt and Israel,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 17, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34210.