Bioethics draws on a long tradition of religious scholarship on ethics. Here is a selection of religious perspectives on biomedical research and technology.
Buddhism and Medicine from the Journal of Medical Ethics
Christian/Protestant views from The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity in Bannockburn , Illinois
Christian/Protestant views as described in article from the Canadian Medical Association Journal
Catholic views from the United States Conference for Catholic Bishops
Catholic views from the Linacre Institute of the Catholic Medical Association
Hinduism and Sikhism
Bioethics for Clinicians: Hinduism and Sikhism from the Canadian Medical Association Journal
Bioethics for Clinicians: Islamic Bioethics from the Canadian Medical Association Journal
Jewish Medical Ethics from the Jewish Virtual Library
The Thirteen Principles of Jewish Medical Ethics
Surveys of Religious Views
President Clinton’s National Bioethics Advisory Commission included religious perspectives in a report on stem cell research and a report on cloning.
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