Rapid scientific and technological developments challenge professionals in all fields to keep pace with those changes. Keeping pace means changing decision-making processes, laws, and information management. The authors included in this issue of The Journal raise questions regarding what society and its biomedical professionals are to do when the abilities to perform procedures, share information, and impact lives move beyond the realm of the familiar and what is generally considered ethical.
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