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    • Religious perspectives on human suffering: Implications for medicine and bioethics 

      Fitzpatrick, S.J.; Kerridge, I; Jordens, C; Zoloth, L; Tollefsen, C; Tsomo, KL; Jensen, MP; Sachedina, A; Sarma, D (Springer, 2015-02)
      The prevention and relief of suffering has long been a core medical concern. But while this is a laudable goal, some question whether medicine can, or should, aim for a world without pain, sadness, anxiety, despair or ...
    • Religious perspectives on umbilical cord blood banking 

      Jordens, C; O'Connor, M; Kerridge, I; Steward, C; Cameron, A; Keown, D; Lawrence, J; McGarrity, A; Sachedina, A; Tobin, B (Thomson Reuters, 2012)
      Umbilical cord blood is a valuable source of haematopoietic stem cells. There is little information about whether religious affiliations have any bearing on attitudes to and decisions about its collection, donation and ...