A person has been declared brain dead, and the hospital wants to use the person’s organs for transplantation. A baby has severe abnormalities, and the parents do not want the baby renewed in the case of an arrest. A woman is considering the abortion of her fetus.

dentify, define and discuss two opposing ethical perspectives for each of the following scenarios, taking care to describe how an ethical dilemma might occur for each: (120-140 words each)

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a) A person has been declared brain dead, and the hospital wants to use the person’s organs for transplantation.

A baby has severe abnormalities, and the parents do not want the baby renewed in the case of an arrest.

A woman is considering the abortion of her fetus.

 

e) A child has suffered severe and life-threatening blood loss, and the child’s family identifies as ‘Jehovah’s witnesses.’ They ask that the child not receive a blood transfusion.

f)A fetus has been aborted, and the facility is considering asking the mother if they can use the fetal tissue for stem cell research

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