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What the Next Bioethics law says about us | Biomedgrid

Journal: American Journal of Biomedical Science & Research (Vol.6, No. 1)

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Page : 39-40

Keywords : Biomedical Science and Research Journals; scientific research articles on biomedical; biomedical research articles; biomedical journal articles; AJBSR;

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What does the next bioethics law say about us? The preparation of the so-called “bioethics” law offers the opportunity to focus on how our society responds to the question of what it is for a human desiring and suffering. It follows what our socio-political practices place under the revolutionary figure of “states-general” of bioethics. It comes to conclude, provisionally since these laws are “revisable”, a rare citizen moment when one thinks about it. The one where everyone, if he wanted to - the hundreds of organized debates did not mobilize millions of people - could come to find information and debate in a democratic framework, aware of the ethical pluralism of conflicting traditions. But also, able to argue, to agree on disagreements. There is something rejoicing that a human community is taking up extremely intimate and incomparable questions. Indeed, the four components of the future law concerning medical assistance to procreation, transplants, genetics and research mark the territories of a humanity that works to understand the enigma of the body desiring, procreative, suffering and dying. This applies to sex and the desire of a child in the opening of the medical assistance to the procreation to the couples of women or the freezing of oocytes for the women of more than 32 years; meditation on our “Umbilical Consciousness” and the origin by the birth registration under AMP on the integral birth certificate to prevent new family secrets related to these techniques; the definition of the disease with genomic medicine, death and the status of donation with the opening to new transplants.

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