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Bliton, Mark J. , Ph.D.

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Bliton, MJ. Parental hope confronting scientific uncertainty: a test of ethics in maternal-fetal surgery for spina bifida. Clin Obstet Gynecol, 48(3), 595-607, 2005.

Bliton, MJ. Richard Zaner''s "troubled" voice in Troubled Voices: poseur, posing, possibilizing. Theor Med Bioeth, 26(1), 25-53, 2005.

Bliton, MJ. Ethics: "life before birth" and moral complexity in maternal-fetal surgery for spina bifida. Clin Perinatol, 30(3), 449-64, v-vi, 2003.

Bliton, MJ, Finder, SG. Traversing boundaries: clinical ethics, moral experience, and the withdrawal of life supports. Theor Med Bioeth, 23(3), 233-58, 2002.

Bliton, MJ, Zaner, RM. Over the cutting edge: how ethics consultation illuminates the moral complexity of open-uterine fetal repair of spina bifida and patients'' decision making. J Clin Ethics, 12(4), 346-60, 2001.

Finder, SG, Bliton, MJ. Activities, not rules: the need for responsive practice (on the way toward responsibility). Am J Bioeth, 1(4), 52-4, 2001.

Finder, SG, Bliton, MJ. Interplays of reflection and text: telling the case. Am J Bioeth, 1(1), 56-7, 2001.

Bruner, JP, Wheeler, TC, Bliton, MJ. Sectio parva for fetal preservation. Fetal Diagn Ther, 14(4), 254-6, 1999.

Bliton, MJ, Finder, SG. The eclipse of the individual in policy (where is the place for justice?. Camb Q Healthc Ethics, 5(4), 519-32, 1996.

White, BD, Zaner, RM, Bliton, MJ, Hickson, GB, Sergent, JS. An account of the usefulness of a pilot clinical ethics program at a community hospital. QRB Qual Rev Bull, 19(1), 17-24, 1993.

Zaner, RM, Bliton, MJ. Decisions in the NICU: the moral authority of parents. Child Health Care, 20(1), 19-25, 1991.

Zaner, RM, Bliton, MJ. The injustice of it all: caring for the chronically ill. J Clin Ethics, 2(3), 157-9, 1991.

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