Limit search to available items
Book Cover

Title Knowing one's medical fate in advance : challenges for diagnosis and treatment, philosophy, ethics and religion/ editors, Georg Pfleiderer, Manuel Battegay, Klaus Lindpaintner
Published Basel : Karger, [2012]


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  616.075 Pfl/Kom  AVAILABLE
Description 122 pages
Contents Evolving therapy and prognosis in HIV : how knowing one's medical fate in advance can change dramatically / Battegay, M. -- Related to human cognition : is personalization feasible and desirable? / Papassotiropoulos, A. -- Ethical decision-making on genetic diagnosis facing the challenges of knowing one's medical fate in advance / Brahier, G. -- Mastering familial genetic knowledge : shared or secret? : issues of decision-making in predictive genetic testing / BrĂ¼ninghaus, A., Porz, R. -- Predictive medicine : changes in our view of ourselves and others / Birnbacher, D. -- Current challenges for the law : disclosure dilemmas in predictive medicine / Durr, B.S. -- Fate and Judaism : philosophical and clinical aspects / Gesundheit, B. -- Modern medicine and my future life : a Christian-theological perspective / Pfleiderer, G. -- Karma, contingency, and the point of no return : predictive medicine and Buddhist perspectives / Schlieter, J
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Patients -- Psychology.
Prognosis -- Psychological aspects.
Genetic screening -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Medicine -- Religious aspects.
Patients -- psychology.
Genetic Predisposition to Disease -- psychology.
Religion and Medicine.
Truth Disclosure.
Author Pfleiderer, Georg.
Battegay, Manuel.
Lindpaintner, Klaus.
LC no. 2012007745
ISBN 9783805596497 (hard cover : alk. paper)
3805596499 (hard cover : alk. paper)
9783805596503 (e-ISBN)
3805596502 (e-ISBN)