Case Study/ Hypothetical cases in discussing public policy/ new law

During this class, you have been exposed to discussion involving case studies and hypothetical cases as a way to learn about what we believe about various subjects in bioethics. I propose that discussing case studies or hypothetical cases is not helpful in discussing public policy, new laws, etc .; although it may be helpful in determining whether something is ethical.

Do you agree or disagree? Why? Make sure you use at least one of the eight bioethics principles in your writing to back up your argument.  You must also use at least one peer-reviewed source, appropriately referenced (APA format), in your response.  This includes citations where appropriate in your essay.  I’m looking for 500 words or more in all to satisfy completion of this discussion (10 points).  This is due by the current due date.

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