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  1. Can the Four Principles Help in Genetic Screening Decision-Making?Henk ten Have & Pierre Mallia - 2003 - Health Care Analysis 11 (2):131-140.
    Although principles, as a framework to resolving moral dilemmas are still debated and seem to be in a philosophical quagmire, there are strong arguments that by specification one can resolve case-specific dilemmas in certain areas of bioethics. When it comes to genetic screening and testing however, the problem at the base is a moral disagreement on higher-order principles—such as the status of the embryo and parental issues. No amount of specification can resolve these issues without a dose of relativism. We (...)
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