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ARTICLE 5: New Ethical Issues in Cerebral Palsy.


New Ethical Issues in Cerebral Palsy.

Source: Front. Neurol. (2021)

Author: Dan B.



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Article 5: New Ethical Issues in Cerebral Palsy.

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Question One: As a complex neurodevelopmental disorder, cerebral palsy presents with a number of ethical challenges across the lifespan

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Question Two: All technological advancements and options should be used just because they are available

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Question Three: Next-generation sequencing has expanded knowledge about genetic conditions associated with specific phenotypes

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Question Four: Some ethical dilemmas in cerebral palsy that go unrecognized include:

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Question Five: A diagnosis assists in:

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Question Six: The search for causal etiological factors in cerebral palsy is

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Question Seven: Ethical implications of genetic testing include:

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Question Eight: Some examples of technological advancements in cerebral palsy that are used in research and some clinical practice includes:

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Question Nine: A critical component associated with human and technological enhancements is

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Question Ten: 85% of children with disabilities are estimated to live in:

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Question Eleven: Many children with cerebral face additional challenges owing to

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Question Twelve: Bioethical practice makes a link between

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Question Thirteen: Common morality relates to:

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Question Fourteen: The four bioethical principles suggested by Beauchamp and Childress are:

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Question Fifteen: A common challenge to both of the beneficence and maleficence principles occurs

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