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At first glance it may appear strange that these three books are being reviewed together. Yet different as they are in scope and treatment of subject, they share, I believe, a common thread. Through all three books there runs an underlying concern for the quality of the human condition, for what it ought to be, for the positive (and negative) ways in which medicine and science contribute to it. There is nothing new about concern for the human condition, but there is a very great deal that is new about the circumstances in which man nows finds himself and for
Man Adapting.Ethics in Medical Progress: With Special Reference to Transplantation.The Scientific Conscience. Reflections on the Modern Biologist and Humanism.. Ann Intern Med. 1967;67:679–681. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-67-3-679
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