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Publisher: Teodora C. Artimon
Assya Pascalev (Howard University, Bulgarian Center for Bioethics), firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Piotr (Peter) Boltuc, University of Illinois Springfield
Gergely Tari, University of Szeged
Takis Vidalis, University of Crete
ABOUT THE SERIES
The book series Perspectives in Bioethics is dedicated to publishing original research in the field of bioethics including monographs, collections of original papers and multi-authored volumes, which explore new questions and areas in bioethics such as gene editing and neuroethics, or advance new approaches to traditional bioethical concerns such as the role of theory in bioethics, the changing relations between patients and health care providers, informed consent, end of life ethics, and medical futility. The series also publishes thematic anthologies of seminal texts in bioethics with the aim of making these essential works available to a broader public. The scope of the series is international and its language of publication is English. A unique contribution of Perspectives in Bioethics is its focus on the scholarship of bioethicists from Central and Eastern Europe but we equally welcome contributions from authors around the world.