Ethical aspects of soft tissue engineering for congenital birth defects in children--what do experts in the field say?

@article{Oerlemans2010EthicalAO,
  title={Ethical aspects of soft tissue engineering for congenital birth defects in children--what do experts in the field say?},
  author={A. J. M. Oerlemans and Catarina H C M L Rodrigues and Marian A Verkerk and Paul P van den Berg and W. J. M. Dekkers},
  journal={Tissue engineering. Part B, Reviews},
  year={2010},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={397-403}
}
This article is part of the EuroSTEC project, which aims at developing tissue engineering-based treatments for structural disorders present at birth. EuroSTEC is positioned at the intersection of three areas with their own ethical issues: (1) regenerative medicine, (2) research with pregnant women and fetuses, and (3) research with neonates. Because of the overlap of these three areas in this project, we can expect to be confronted with new ethical challenges. To be able to respond adequately… CONTINUE READING