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Title Jewish biomedical law / edited by Daniel B. Sinclair ; translations by Sarah Avitzur, Michael Prawer and Deborah Sinclair ; revised by Daniel Sinclair, Deborah Sinclair and Bernard Jackson.

Published [Binghamton, New York] : Global Academic Publishing, Binghamton University, 2005.
[Getzville, New York] : William S. Hein & Company, [2015]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (305 pages).
monochrome rdacc
Series Jewish Law Association studies ; 15.
HeinOnline religion and the law.
Jewish Law Association studies ; 15.
Religion and the law.
Notes Jewish Law Association noted as copyright holding entity on verso of title page.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents SECTION A: ABORTION. Feticide: the position of the Jewish tradition compared with the positions of other cultures / Moshe Weinfeld -- Modern Halakhic debate concerning the abortion of a fetus suffering from Tay Sachs Disease: extracts from Responsa -- Penal law, 5737, s.316 -- SECTION B: ASSISTED REPRODUCTION. Legal status of a child born by artificial reproductive techniques involving sperm donation or egg donation / Michael Corinaldi, D. Nahmani v. R. Nahmani et al. -- Agreements relating to the carrying of embryos (approval of the agreement and the status of the offspring) law, 5656-1996, s.2 -- SECTION C: CLONING. Cloning of humans: scientific, ethical and Jewish aspects / Abraham Steinberg -- Prohibition on genetic intervention (cloning and germ line genetic therapy) law, 5759-1999 (amended 5764-2004) -- SECTION D: COERCIVE LIFE-SAVING MEDICAL THERAPY AND PATIENT AUTONOMY. Yosef Kurtam v. State of Israel -- Patient's rights law, 5756-1996, s.15(2) -- Obligation to heal and patient autonomy in Jewish law, with some comparative reference to the common law / Daniel B. Sinclair -- SECTION E: THE DEFINITION OF DEATH AND CARDIAC TRANSPLANTS. Belker v. State of Israel -- Determining the time of death / Abraham Steinberg -- SECTION F: THE TREATMENT OF THE TERMINALLY ILL. Yael Shefer (a minor) by her mother and natural guardian, Talifa Shefer v. State of Israel -- SECTION G: BONE MARROW DONATION. Donation of bone marrow: Halakhic aspects / Rav Naftali Bar-Ilan -- SECTION H: THE SALE OF ORGANS. Sale of organs for transplantation / Rabbi Israel Meir Lau.
Notes Description based on PDF title page, viewed August 20, 2015.
Other author Sinclair, Daniel B., editor.
Avitzur, Sarah, translator.
Prawer, Michael (Lawyer), translator.
Sinclair, Deborah (Lawyer), translator.
Jackson, Bernard S., editor.
Jewish Law Association, issuing body.
Subject Medical laws and legislation -- Israel.
Medical laws and legislation (Jewish law)
Electronic books.