Biomedical Ethics Paper at least 850 words

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850 word paper that discusses the biomedical ethics of one of the three subjects listed below you can choose which one you want to write on. Use headings and subheadings for clarity to ensure all points listed below are covered in the paper. Must include the following: Topics to choose from ( Abortion, Withdrawal of Life Support, or Stem Cell Research)

1. Introduction and conclusion

2.Detailed description of what the topic is, include current research, news, and information on the topic

3. Explain how human subject protections may apply to the topic

4. Explain how informed consent may apply to the topic

5. Explain how an advanced directive or surrogate decision maker could impact the topic

6. Identify five recommendations based on the ethical issues you identified to ensure ethical choices are made in regard to the topic you choose in the future.

7. Must cite at least two reputable references, no blogs and no Wikipedia. reputable reference can be trade or industry publications, government or agency websites, scholarly works, a textbook or a sources of similar quality.

8. APA format

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Msharon
School: Carnegie Mellon University

Attached.

Running head: BIOMEDICAL ETHICS RELATING TO ABORTION

Biomedical Ethics in Relation to Abortion
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Professor
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BIOMEDICAL ETHICS IN RELATION TO ABORTION

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Introduction
Over the years, abortion has been at the center of debates, which entails different
perspectives such as ethical, social, medical, and psychological as well as the legality of the action
(McCormick, 2013). The issue of abortion is mainly concerned with making a rational decision
relating to whether one should abort or not. In regards to the biomedical perspective, the medical
physicians perform their duties in accordance with biomedical principles. Biomedical principles
are guidelines set aside to ensure that medical practitioners provide proper and standard care to
their patients while observing ethical standards (McCormick, 2013). The most significant principle
relating to abortion is respect for autonomy.
Abortion
Abortion is among the major controversies relating to medical ethics. Abortion entails
voluntary termination of pregnancy through the removal of embryo or fetus from the mother
leading to its death. Issues that arise from the topic of abortion include the need to observe human
right to life as the fetus is considered a person. Abortion also raises the issue of morality among
society where the proponents believe that women have the right to decide whether to have ...

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Anonymous
Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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