The Italian National Bioethics Committee (CNB) abroad. A bibliography in foreign languages 1990-2007.

  title={The Italian National Bioethics Committee (CNB) abroad. A bibliography in foreign languages 1990-2007.},
  author={Giovanni Incorvati and Carlo Petrini},
  journal={Journal international de bioethique = International journal of bioethics},
  volume={18 1-2},
          85-111, 225
  • G. Incorvati, C. Petrini
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science, Art, Medicine
  • Journal international de bioethique = International journal of bioethics
The article consists of a bibliography of the literature concerning the Italian National Bioethics Committee (CNB) from its establishment in 1990 to 2007. It includes only documents published in languages different from Italian. The bibliography is divided into three parts. The first part includes complete or partial translations of the CNB documents. The second part includes publications concerning the opinions expressed by the CNB, ordered by topic. In the third part publications on the CNB… Expand


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