Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics (EJAIB) Vol 11 (1) Jan 2001

ISSN 1173-2571, Copyright 2001 (All rights reserved, for commercial reproductions but access open for personal use).
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pp. 18-31 Go to EJAIB Jan. 2001 News

Topical list of News in Bioethics and Biotechnology
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Page, and titles of papers

1-2 Editorial: What is our Bioethics? - Darryl Macer

2 Human Cloning Legislation in Japan - Jiro Nudeshima

2-3 Commentary on Nudeshima - Masahiro Morioka

3-7 Challenges of Japanese Doctors' human experimentation in China for East-Asian and Chinese bioethics - Jing-Bao Nie

7-8 Is Asian Bioethics at Fault?: Commentary on Tsuchiya, Morioka,; and Nie - Yeruham Frank Leavitt

8-10 Ethics Committees in the Protection of Human Subjects - Alireza Bagheri

11-13 A Cross-Cultural Perspective on the Relationship Between Science and Bioethics - Richard Evanoff

13-14 Hedonic Engineering - Emotional Independence? - David Pearce

15-17 Can Ethics be Taught? - D.S.Sheriff

Mystical Bioethics Network Papers
17 What Kalari Payyattu Means To Me, Spiritually! -V.R.Manoj
17 Martial Arts for Love; - Frank Leavitt
18 Commentary on Manoj - Erin Williams

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The deadline for letter submission (and news) to the next issue is 28 February, 2001.

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Internet Journals

Open collaboration on the Internet is changing medical software development, BMJ 321 (2000), 976. On the quality of web-based information on depression treatment, BMJ 321 (2000), 1511-5. The impact of the www on the physician-patient relationship is discussed in Lancet 356 (2000), 1777. Use of the Internet by medical volunteers is discussed in SSM 52 (2001), 155-6. A survey of www use by older adults is Human Factors 42 (2000), 175-82.

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