Medicina del mejoramiento, ¿reto a los fines de la Medicina?

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María de la Luz Casas Martínez https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4722-6125

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La medicina del mejoramiento reta los fines tradicionales del acto médico basado en la terapéutica, y se acerca al pensamiento transhumanista. Actualmente se practican, con aval científico, diversas modalidades de medicina del mejoramiento, pero deben ser reflexionados sus extremos en sujetos sanos, a través del enhancement, a fin de no perder el sentido propio de la medicina y el cuidado de la beneficencia del paciente.

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Casas Martínez, M. (2020). Medicina del mejoramiento, ¿reto a los fines de la Medicina?. Revista De Medicina Y Ética, 31(3), 589 - 607. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.36105/mye.2020v31n3.03
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María de la Luz Casas Martínez, Centro Interdisciplinario de Bioética. Universidad Panamericana

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