CASE 1 1. What is Purdy’s argument against having children when there is high genetic risk? How does Purdy try to justify the principle that we have a duty to provide a minimally satisfying life for o

CASE 1

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1. What is Purdy’s argument against having children when there is high genetic risk?

  1. How does Purdy try to justify the principle that we have a duty to provide a minimally satisfying life for our children?
  2. How does she define a “minimally satisfying” life?

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CASE 2

  1. Why does Angell contend that some ongoing trials in the third world are unethical?
  2. What does she say about the claim that giving no treatment in a third-world clinical trial is the “local standard of care”?
  3. What point does Angell make by her reference to the infamous Tuskegee studies?

300 WORDS FOR THIS CASE 

IN TOTAL 600 WORDS.