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  • Page 2 and 3: PRESIDENT Prof. Francesco Paolo Cas
  • Page 4 and 5: Prof. Alberto Piazza Full Professor
  • Page 6 and 7: PRESENTATION The National Bioethics
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  • Page 14 and 15: Introduction The National Bioethics
  • Page 16 and 17: Document 1. Interspecies living bei
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  • Page 24 and 25: Some NBC members 35 observe that th
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  • Page 28 and 29: I. The ethical value of the experim
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  • Page 40 and 41: Other NBC members 73 instead have r
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  • Page 44 and 45: Biomedicine, issued in Oviedo on th
  • Page 46 and 47: with regards to its practical appli
  • Page 48 and 49: PERSONAL REMARKS Supplementary pers
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    Why? Perhaps you have information w

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    intervention on the object, but is

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    INTRODUCTION The opinion analyses m

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    animals used for experimental or ot

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    alternative based on the 3Rs model

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    appropriate application of the 3Rs

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    Committees (named in a variety of w

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    elaborating the data received highl

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    Synthesis and recommendations In li

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    Howard B., Hudson M., Preziosi R.,

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    Appendix The working Group sent a q

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    FACULTY CITY answer question 1 Facu

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    natural sciences rarely Faculty of

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    Faculty of veterinary medicine 3502

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    Effectively, this document could ha

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    PRESENTATION…………………

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    25 th February 2010 in unanimity of

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    Multiple factors contribute to sexu

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    complement XY a female phenotype, w

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    labia. Menarche does not occur, the

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    made to subjective perception 116 .

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    e re-masculinized) has highlighted

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    this sense the guidelines focusing

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    even if the boy or girl is at the s

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    male or female, with great attentio

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    necessary psychological support - t

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    Introduction The Opinion tackles th

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    1. Outline of sport ethics 1.1 The

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    values inherent to fair play agains

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    development of sport, even when not

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    Doping is refusing, or failing with

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    Much more dramatic the size of the

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    in which we must put the phenomenon

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    started to turn to in order to achi

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    would therefore be better to libera

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    towards the use of doping substance

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    Presidenza del Consiglio dei Minist

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    Prof. Demetrio Neri, Prof. Andrea N

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    lood relatives mentioned in the pre

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    is not forbidden and it is not expl

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    groups, recall common principles, s

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    Bibliography As well as the bibliog

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    PERSONAL REMARKS Personal remark si

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    would not betray the principle of

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    undergo a social positive verificat

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    from the potential recipient, there

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    The Undersecretary of State To the

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    INTRODUCTION The document tackles t

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    exclusively by the pharmaceutical i

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    possible advantages would affect th

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    Bibliography 1. European Commission

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    INTRODUCTION The opinion Criteria f

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    CRITERIA FOR ASCERTAINING DEATH 1.

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    more in depth scientific and ethica

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    standards”. Therefore, the Commis

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    system and the gaseous exchange in

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    individual’s death. The Author be

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    - giving greater importance to thos

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    of death, seen as life does not res

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    “disintegration” of the organis

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    living, cease. The condition of lif

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    endocranial blood flow in both the

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    cardiac arrest follows their brain

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    United Kindgom, the “non-heart-be

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    cardiac arrests, due to causes that

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    - believes that - in the current st

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    = Whole brain death: state of total

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    document by the NTC, signed by two

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    Presidenza del Consiglio dei Minist

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    Lorenzo d’Avack, Riccardo Di Segn

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    treatment, even in the awareness th

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    person to a simple means, ‘morti

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    attention was paid to suicide, almo

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    in the worst conditions in that con

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    the act is presented to others, in

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    the relationship between adverse fa

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    security measures, with a reduction

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    Lastly, useful initiatives set up i

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    is recommended according to the gui

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    Declaration of the National Bioethi

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    INTRODUCTION The document tackles s

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    PREMISE From 2007, which was declar

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    y the abovementioned authors, which

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    various situations we perceive or t

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    appearance, the signs of aging, whi

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    problems of the female population a

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    free time is very low; this is due

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    The increase in life expectancy has

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    prevention”, as a strategic perio

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    policies that are specifically aime

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    1. “ensuring continuity of care t

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    BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES ACOG, Cl

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    Sen A., Development as freedom,1999

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    ATTACHMENT I The incidence of patho

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    age, is instead a serious psychiatr

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    cholesterol (the most harmful) incr

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    that concerning tumours in general,

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    There are many projects of a preven

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    ATTACHMENT III Some statistical dat

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    Table 3 - Women of 65 years and ove

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    Table 5 - Recourse to healthcare se

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    Table 7 - Sport practices of the po

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    Table 9 - Disable people who are 65

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    Table 11 - Net individual income fr

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    Table 13 - Hope of life for those w

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    PRESENTATION The document examines

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    Bioethics and education in schools

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    In particular the Universal Declara

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    - social: the promotion of social d

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    In December 2007, the International

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    education in bioethics, the open qu

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    system in a fairly structured way t

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    namely, the need to find innovative

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    In fact, the two theses do not excl

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    the thesis developed by Hans Jonas

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    The resumption of cooperation betwe

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    stimulus 372 , as it shows, despite

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    faculties 375 and humanities facult

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    The training of teachers is a probl

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    considered on a par with philosophi

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    importance to the rational aspect o

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    point and point of synthesis for sc

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    Presidenza del Consiglio dei Minist

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    DOCUMENT Placebo (from the Latin

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    was not admissible when for example

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    Bibliography 1. WORLD MEDICAL ASSOC

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    23. COMMITTEE FOR MEDICINAL PRODUCT

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    PRESENTATION The document addresses

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    access to restricted areas and effi

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    subject does not have to deposit th

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    possibility of wrongly denied acces

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    corrected. Compliance with these ru

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    safeguards and control by means of

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    3.2.3 Voluntary permanent changes T

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    the most delicate aspects is also r

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    conservation and organization of tr

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    In the light of possible inappropri

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    PRESENTATION The advancement of neu

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    neurosurgical operations and the an

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    causes, i.e. causes of various kind

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    as the obvious fears of abandonment

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    and the issues raised by the new de

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