Bioethics and Law: Between Values and Rules

Piciocchi, Cinzia
July 2005
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies;Summer2005, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p471
Academic Journal
Explains the concept of biolaw, which is based in part on the debate about the role of the law facing bioethics and on the debate about the role of the law itself. Obstacles faced in the adoption of regulations in the field of bioethics and biomedicine; Main features of bioethics; Relationship between bioethics and law.


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