Children’s Bodies, Parents’ Choices
More children than ever are undergoing medical interventions for nonmedical reasons. As parents consent to an increasing variety of procedures, the ethical and legal debate grows louder. These essays visit the frontiers, asking what justifies changing a child’s physical nature and whether appeals to nature should influence decision-making. To order essays, please contact John Wiley & Sons customer support at 800-835-6770 or email@example.com.
Table of Contents
Douglas J. Opel and Benjamin S. Wilfond
Gregory E. Kaebnick