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  1. Mary Ann Gardell Cutter (2012). The Ethics of Gender-Specific Disease. Routledge.
    Background -- Gender-specific disease: descriptive analysis -- Gender-specific disease: prescriptive analysis -- Gender-specific disease: contextual analysis -- An integrative approach to gender-specific disease -- Rethinking gender-specific disease nomenclature and taxonomies -- Toward an integrative bioethics -- Integrative bioethics and assessing gender-specific disease -- Implications for health care for men, children, and members of the lgbt communities -- Some lessons and challenges -- Concluding reflections.
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  2. Mary Ann G. Cutter (2002). Molecular Genetics and the Transformation of Medicine. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 27 (3):251 – 256.
  3. Mary Ann Gardell Cutter (1996). Ambiguities and Irresolvable Tensions in the Ada: A Reply to Loretta M. Kopelman and Anita Silvers. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 21 (2):225-235.
    This essay comments on the articles by Loretta M. Kopelman and Anita Silvers. It extends their analyses and concludes that consistency and the total absence of conflict may be unavailable when one interprets and applies the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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  4. Mary Ann Gardell Cutter (1990). Negotiating Criteria and Setting Limits: The Case of Aids. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 11 (3).
    The classification of clinical problems, such as AIDS, requires choices. Choices are made on epistemic (i.e., knowledge-based) and non-epistemic (i.e., action-based) grounds. That is, the ways in which we classify clinical problems, such as AIDS, involve a balancing of different understandings of clinical reality and of clinical values among participants of the clinical community. On this view, the interplay between epistemic and non-epistemic interests occurs within the embrace of particular clinical contexts.The ways in which we classify AIDS is the topic (...)
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  5. Mary Ann Gardell Cutter (1989). Moral Pluralism and the Use of Anencephalic Tissue and Organs. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 14 (1):89-95.
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