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    Moral uncertainty and the moral status of early human life
    Monash Bioethics Review 30 (1): 52-57. 2012.
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    Book Review (review)
    South African Journal of Philosophy 21 (2): 144-146. 2002.
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    Invisible epidemics: ethics and asymptomatic infection (review)
    with Euzebiusz Jamrozik
    Monash Bioethics Review 38 (Suppl 1): 1-16. 2020.
    Interactions between microbes and human hosts can lead to a wide variety of possible outcomes including benefits to the host, asymptomatic infection, disease, and/or death. Whether or not they themselves eventually develop disease, asymptomatic carriers can often transmit disease-causing pathogens to others. This phenomenon has a range of ethical implications for clinical medicine, public health, and infectious disease research. The implications of asymptomatic infection are especially significa…Read more
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    Conflicting clinical duties
    Journal of Medical Ethics 41 (3): 213-214. 2015.
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    Neugenics?
    Monash Bioethics Review 19 (4): 9-33. 2000.
    Many are worried that the Human Genome Project will lead to a revival of eugenics. In this essay I examine the troublesome history of the ‘old eugenics’ which included the Nazi program of ‘Racial Hygiene’ and the sterilization of the ‘feebleminded’ in the United States of America. A ‘new eugenics’, involving prenatal diagnosis and the selective abortion of fetuses likely to develop into severely disabled infants, on the other hand, is claimed by many to be morally acceptable. If this is correct,…Read more
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    Ethics, Economics, and Aids in Africa
    Developing World Bioethics 4 (1): 96-105. 2004.
    AIDS in the Twenty‐First Century: Disease and Globalization, by Tony Barnett and Alan Whiteside. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 2002. 416 pp. US$19.95 The Moral Economy of AIDS in South Africa, by Nicoli Nattrass. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 2004. 222 pp. US$30.00
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    Practical bioethics
    Monash Bioethics Review 34 (1): 1-2. 2016.
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    Human infection challenge studies involve intentionally infecting research participants with pathogens. There have been recent calls for more HCS to be conducted in low-income and middle-income countries, where many relevant diseases are endemic. HCS in general, and HCS in LMICs in particular, raise numerous ethical issues. This paper summarises the findings of a project that explored ethical and regulatory issues related to LMIC HCS via a review of relevant literature and 45 qualitative intervi…Read more
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    From the Guest Editors
    Developing World Bioethics 4 (1). 2004.
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    On the Dual Uses of Science and Ethics (edited book)
    with Brian Rappert
    Australian National University Press. 2013.
  • Ethics and Antimicrobial Resistance (edited book)
    Oxford University Press. 2018.
  • Editorial
    Monash Bioethics Review 32 (1-2): 1-2. 2014.
  • Neugenics: Genetically Informed Reproductive Decision Making
    Dissertation, University of California, San Diego. 2001.
    People are worried that advances in genetics will lead to a revival of eugenics. Such worries are often associated with eugenic practices carried out early in the 20th century---the forcible sterilization of feebleminded persons in the United States and the Nazi program of Racial Hygiene. A "new eugenics" involving prenatal genetic testing and the selective abortion of fetuses diagnosed with severe genetic disorders might, nonetheless, be acceptable. In chapter one I examine the history of eugen…Read more
  • Ethics and Drug Resistance: Collective Responsibility for Global Public Health (edited book)
    with Euzebiusz Jamrozik
    Springer. 2020.
    This Open Access volume provides in-depth analysis of the wide range of ethical issues associated with drug-resistant infectious diseases. Antimicrobial resistance is widely recognized to be one of the greatest threats to global public health in coming decades; and it has thus become a major topic of discussion among leading bioethicists and scholars from related disciplines including economics, epidemiology, law, and political theory. Topics covered in this volume include responsible use of ant…Read more
  • At the Centre
    Monash Bioethics Review 31 (2): 31-36. 2013.
  • The dual-use dilemma-Reply
    Hastings Center Report 37 (5): 6-7. 2007.
  • Editorial
    Monash Bioethics Review 32 (3-4): 159-161. 2014.