XENOTRANSPLANTATION: ETHICAL, LEGAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, CULTURAL and SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUND (Jansen/Simon, Eds.)

Volume 5 with contributions from S. Hongladarom (Thailand), I. Kwon (Korea), S. Lee (ROC (Taiwan)), S. Prompta (Thailand).
Abstracts in German (Jansen) /Korean (Kwon)/ Madarin (Lee) /Thai (Hongladarom)
Munich 2010, ISBN:978–3 — 889975–3875.

Vol­ume 5: Con­tent

Abstracts: All abstracts of all con­tri­bu­tions in Eng­lish, Ger­man, Chi­nese, Kore­an and Thai

Ivo Kwon (Korea): Kore­an Per­spec­tive on Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion. Eth­i­cal and Cul­tur­al View
Soraj Hongladarom (Thai­land): Imag­in­ing the lives of Ani­mals: A look at Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion and its Eth­i­cal Ram­i­fi­ca­tion
Som­parn Prom­ta (Thai­land): Buddhism‘s view on Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion
Shui Chuen Lee (ROC): A cul­tur­al per­spec­tive from Con­fu­cian­ism

Synopsis

Devel­op­ment and effects of med­i­cine on soci­ety increased since the last cen­tu­ry esp. when organ trans­plan­ta­tion became suc­cess­ful. Con­se­quent­ly, a short­age of donor organs can be con­sid­ered. One of the pos­si­bil­i­ties to solve the prob­lem is the pro­duc­tion of xenografts. Besides the sci­en­tif­ic and legal prob­lems, the using of xenografts raised a lot of eth­i­cal ques­tions which are not so eas­i­ly to solve. Socio-cul­tur­al aspects must be con­sid­ered. The Vol­umes 1–4 were focused on the sci­en­tif­ic, legal, eco­nom­i­cal end eth­i­cal aspects from an Euro­pean point of view. Vol­ume 5 dis­cuss the eth­i­cal aspects of Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion from the Asian cul­tur­al and eth­i­cal back­ground (Korea,ROC (Tai­wan)). All abstracts are writ­ten in Eng­lish, Ger­man, Chi­nese, Kore­an and Thai with the aim to fos­ter the col­lab­o­ra­tion and dis­cus­sions about this very con­tro­ver­sial top­ic among the com­mu­ni­ty.

Volume 4 with contributions from Carlos M. Romeo Casabona, Asier Urruela Mora, Helena, Munich 2010, ISBN 978–3‑89975–868‑9.

Volume 4: Content

Hele­na Pereira de Melo (Por­tu­gal): Por­tu­gal: Legal Sys­tem
Car­los M. Romeo Casabona / Asi­er Urru­ela Mora (Spain): Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion in Spain: The Legal Back­ground
Car­los M. Romeo Casabona / Asi­er Urru­ela Mora (Spain): Social Aspects of Xeno­trans­plan­tion (Spain)
Car­los M. Romeo Casabona /Asier Urru­ela Mora(Spain): Ecom­ic Aspects of Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion (Spain)
Tony McGleenan (UK): The Legals Sit­u­a­tion In UK
Pereira de Melo,

Synopsis

Devel­op­ment and effects of med­i­cine on soci­ety increased since the last cen­tu­ry esp. when organ trans­plan­ta­tions became suc­cess­ful. Con­se­quent­ly, a short­age of donor organs can be con­sid­ered. One of the pos­si­bil­i­ties to solve the prob­lem is the pro­duc­tion of xenografts. Besides the sci­en­tif­ic prob­lems, the using of xenografts raised a lot of eth­i­cal and legal ques­tions that are not so eas­i­ly to solve. Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion can also be seen as a high-cost and high­ly spe­cialised med­i­cine, which has to go through the devel­op­ment, approval and pro­cure­ment process of med­i­cine at all. Reg­u­la­to­ry capac­i­ty is clear­ly need­ed in all coun­tries of the world. Con­sumer access is anoth­er impor­tant area of dis­cus­sion, not only for the 2nd and 3rd world. In vol­ume 4 eth­i­cal, legal, eco­nom­ic and social ques­tions will be dis­cussed from coun­try per­spec­tives: Por­tu­gal, Spain and UK.

Volume 3 with contributions from Hans Akveld / J. v. Maurick, Jean-Christoph Galloux et.al., Cosimo Mazzoni/Mariachiara Tallacchini, Jürgen Simon/Brigitte E.S. Jansen, Munich, ISBN 978–3‑89975–864‑1.

Volume 3: Content

Jür­gen W. Simon/ Brigitte E.S. Jansen (Ger­many): Legal Aspects of Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion: Ger­many
Cosi­mo Mar­co Maz­zoni / Mari­achiara Talac­chi­ni (Italy): Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tioms. Legal, Eth­i­cal, Social and Eco­nom­ic prob­lems (Italy)
J.E.M. Akveld /J.T.A. van Mau­rik (Nether­lands): Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion: The Dutch Sit­u­a­tion

Synopsis

Devel­op­ment and effects of med­i­cine on soci­ety increased since the last cen­tu­ry esp. when organ trans­plan­ta­tions became suc­cess­ful. Con­se­quent­ly, a short­age of donor organs can be con­sid­ered. One of the pos­si­bil­i­ties to solve the prob­lem is the pro­duc­tion of xenografts. Besides the sci­en­tif­ic prob­lems, the using of xenografts raised a lot of eth­i­cal and legal ques­tions which are not so eas­i­ly to solve. Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion can also be seen as a high-cost and high­ly spe­cialised med­i­cine, which has to go through the devel­op­ment, approval and pro­cure­ment process of med­i­cine at all. Reg­u­la­to­ry capac­i­ty is clear­ly need­ed in all coun­tries of the world. Con­sumer access is anoth­er impor­tant area of dis­cus­sion, not only for the 2nd and 3rd world. In vol­ume 3 eth­i­cal, legal, eco­nom­ic and social ques­tions will dis­cussed from coun­try per­spec­tives: Ger­many, Italy and the Nether­lands.

Volume 2, Second Edition Xenotransplantation,

Vol­ume 2, sec­ond edi­tion , 2016, ISBN 9783741844041

 

Volume 2 with contributions from Ruth Chadwick, Hermann Nys/Caroline Trouet,

Rain­er Paslack, Jür­gen Simon,Ursula Weisen­feld,
Munich 2008, ISBN 978–3‑89975–863‑4.

Ruth Chad­wick (UK): Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion: An eth­i­cal over­wiev

Jür­gen Simon (Ger­many): Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion: An Inter­na­tion­al over­wiev
Rain­er Paslack (Ger­many): Xeno­transplata­tion: Social Aspects
Ursu­la Weisen­fels (Ger­many): Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion: Eco­nom­ic Aspects
Her­man Nys / Car­o­line Trou­et (Bel­gium): Eth­i­cal, Social, Eco­nom­i­cal and Legal Aspects: Bel­gium
Christophe Gal­loux, Helene Gau­mont-Prat, Olaf Krum­scheid (France): Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion: Juridi­cal aspects. France

Synopsis

Devel­op­ment and effects of med­i­cine on soci­ety increased since the last cen­tu­ry esp. when organ trans­plan­ta­tions became suc­cess­ful. Con­se­quent­ly, a short­age of donor organs can be con­sid­ered. One of the pos­si­bil­i­ties to solve the prob­lem is the pro­duc­tion of xenografts. Besides the sci­en­tif­ic prob­lems, the using of xenografts raised a lot of eth­i­cal and legal ques­tions which are not so eas­i­ly to solve. Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion can also be seen as a high-cost and high­ly spe­cialised med­i­cine, which has to go through the devel­op­ment, approval and pro­cure­ment process of med­i­cine at all. Reg­u­la­to­ry capac­i­ty is clear­ly need­ed in all coun­tries of the world. Con­sumer access is anoth­er impor­tant area of dis­cus­sion, not only for the 2nd and 3rd world. In vol­ume 2 eth­i­cal, legal, eco­nom­ic and social ques­tions will be high­light­ed in gen­er­al (eth­i­cal, legal, social, eco­nom­ic aspects) and from coun­try per­spec­tives (Bel­gium, France).

 
Volume 1, 2008, with contributions from Joachim Denner, Ismini Kiari-Catranis,
Erich Griessler, Rainer Paslack,
Saarbrücken 2008,
ISBN-10: 3639058011, ISBN-13: 978–3639058017.

Content

Joachim Den­ner (Ger­many): Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion: State of the Art of Biosafe­ty
Rain­er Paslack (Ger­many): Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion: A com­par­a­tive analy­sis on the basis of nation­al and inter­na­tion­al stud­ies and reports
Erich Griesler (Aus­tria): The Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion “Debate in Aus­tria“
Ismi­ni Kri­ari-Catra­nis (Greece): Xeno­trans­plan­ta­tion. Legal and Eth­i­cal Aspects in Greece

About the editors:

Dr. phil. Dr. rer. publ. Brigitte E.S. Jansen, Vis­it­ing Pro­fes­sor Uni­ver­si­ty of Madras (India), stud­ied Edu­ca­tion­al Sci­ence, Phi­los­o­phy, Psy­chol­o­gy and Soci­ol­o­gy at the Uni­ver­si­ties of Biele­feld and Luneb­urg, Ger­many. She is doc­tor of phi­los­o­phy and doc­tor rerum pub­li­carum (pub­lic admin­is­tra­tion). She is EU-expert in the eval­u­a­tion of project pro­pos­als since 1999. Chair­per­son in sev­er­al Con­gress­es in Asia. Sev­er­al pub­li­ca­tions in bioethics/biolaw. Dr.jur. habil. Jur­gen W. Simon stud­ied in Tub­in­gen, Freiburg and Munchen; First and Sec­ond State Exa­m­en in Law at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Munchen; Mas­ter of Busi­ness Admin­is­tra­tion at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Munchen 1973. Doc­tor in Law 1978, habil­i­tat­ed in Han­nover 1988 in Civ­il Law, Eco­nom­ic Law and Law of Infor­mat­ics. Head of the Insti­tute of Law at the Uni­ver­si­ty Luneb­urg since 1989; mem­ber of the Advi­so­ry Com­mit­tee of the Bio­log­i­cal Fed­er­al Asso­ci­a­tion, Braun­schweig. He received 1998 the B.A.U.M. Envi­ron­men­tal Award. Orga­niz­er, chair­man or direc­tor of numer­ous nation­al and inter­na­tion­al Con­gress­es etc. in Ger­many, Europe, Asia and Amer­i­ca. He has pub­lished a lot of books and arti­cles in Law and Ethics of Biotech­nol­o­gy

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