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2) Can we find some unity in bioethics despite all the diversity in the field? Answers to these questions should pave the way to a better understanding of the current debates. 22 MATTI HÄYRY 2. Bioethics: Its Scope and Approaches Four partly overlapping areas fall within the scope of bioethics. These are: (1) The professional codes of people working in medicine, health care, and related fields; (2) The social and political organization of health-care delivery by professionals, governments, and global and local authorities; (3) The arrangement and regulation of scientific and academic research into medicine, health care, biology, genetics, and related fields; and (4) The proper and fair management of living resources, including the exploitation and preservation of our natural environment.
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