University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455, United States
The University of Minnesota where Daniel Leone received a Bachelor of Science degree.
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This anthology explores the benefits and deficiencies of various educational strategies, health care programs, and political policies that are designed to reduce the spread of AIDS.
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Modern medical technology enables people to live longer than ever before but also causes terminally ill patients to suffer prolonged and painful deaths. In Physician-Assisted Suicide, the authors debate whether doctors should be allowed to help such patients end their own lives.
(In The Ethics of Euthanasia, physicians, ethicists and ot...)
In The Ethics of Euthanasia, physicians, ethicists and others debate where society should draw the line between killing and allowing a terminally ill patient to die.
(The book Anorexia describes the characteristics and cause...)
The book Anorexia describes the characteristics and causes of anorexia and bulimia and examines society's response to this troubling problem.
(Essays in Responding to the AIDS Epidemic cover opposing ...)
Essays in Responding to the AIDS Epidemic cover opposing viewpoints on what the response should be to the spread of AIDS, discussing such topics as the availability of AIDS medication, the development of an AIDS vaccine, and the promotion of preventive sexual practices.
Daniel Leone studied at the University of Minnesota where he received a Bachelor of Science degree.
Daniel A. Leone's The Spread of AIDS is the collection of 16 uncut articles which focus on controversies surrounding measures that are being taken (or are being considered) to control the AIDS epidemic: mandatory, routine HIV testing of various groups such as infants, pregnant women, marriage-license applicants, and hospital patients; AIDS education, particularly aimed at high-risk populations; hypodermic needle-exchange programs for addicts; condom distribution in schools; and the need for global strategies targeting prevention and treatment in third-world countries. In this book, experts offer their opinions on controversial subjects facing our society today.
Physician-assisted Suicide includes eleven essays by physicians, lawyers, bioethics experts, and even philosophers who contribute to this emotionally charged debate. The longest and densest section is the brief promoting physician-assisted suicide as a constitutional right. The Ethics of Euthanasia (1999) examines the ethical and moral issues of euthanasia, with opposing opinions on the rights of terminal care patients and the social and religious debate over the right to die. Anorexia (2001) explores such issues surrounding the eating disorder as its signs, causes, treatment, instances among athletes, and insurance coverage, and shares the experiences of male and female anorexics. Leone's one more book is Responding to the AIDS Epidemic (2006).
(Essays in Responding to the AIDS Epidemic cover opposing ...)2006
(This anthology explores the benefits and deficiencies of ...)1997
(In The Ethics of Euthanasia, physicians, ethicists and ot...)1999
(Modern medical technology enables people to live longer t...)1998
(The book Anorexia describes the characteristics and cause...)2001
Daniel Leone married Dorothy Palacio on January 20, 1996.