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The Irish Council for Bioethics

An Unaffordable Luxury?

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 May 2012

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Bioethics beyond Borders: International Reports
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5. See note 3, Long et al. 2000, at 175.

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42. See note 2, Irish Council for Bioethics 2010, at 6.

43. While proofs of this paper were being reviewed, it was reported that a new bioethics advisory group is being set up under the auspices of the Department of Health. The membership and independence of the proposed body is currently unclear.

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