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Genetic engineering : a documentary history, edited by Thomas A. Shannon

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Genetic engineering : a documentary history
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Genetic engineering
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a documentary history
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edited by Thomas A. Shannon
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"Explore the late twentieth century history and development of plant, animal, and human genetics in this collection of 135 documents. Students, teachers, and interested readers can use this valuable resource to trace the different arguments and concerns surrounding the controversial topic of genetic engineering. Arranged topically, this volume provides an excellent background for research and debate with its broad range of pro and con opinions. With its easy to use format the reader is able to focus on one particular aspect of genetic engineering or to compare and contrast the arguments presented in more than one area. The six different areas included are: Animal Applications, Agriculture, The Human Genome Project, Issues in Research, Ethical Issues, and Cloning. The documents in each section, carefully selected to represent a wide range of positions, present samples of social, ethical, and religious commentary that have evolved due to developments in modern genetics as they relate to plants, animals, and humans."--Jacket
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Contents
  • Asilomar Conference on Recombinant DNA Molecules
  • Ted F. Peters, Robert J. Russell
  • The Evolution of the Created Co-Creator
  • Philip Hefner
  • Algeny : A New Word... A New World
  • Jeremy Rifkin
  • The New Genesis : Theology and the Genetic Revolution
  • Ron Cole-Turner
  • Statement from the National Council of Churches of Christ
  • Draft Report to Annual and Central Conferences
  • United Methodist Church Genetic Science Task Force
  • Paul Berg ... [et al.]
  • United Church of Christ Statement to the Seventeenth General Synod
  • Episcopal Church Statement to the Seventieth General Convention
  • Report to the General Conference
  • United Methodist Church Science Task Force
  • Biotechnology
  • World Council of Churches
  • Donum Vitae
  • Policy on Availability and Patenting of Human Genomic DNA Sequence
  • National Human Genome Research Institute
  • Genome Project Forces New Look at Ethics, Law
  • Recombinant DNA : Science and the Public
  • Ted F. Peters
  • Genetics and Human Malleability
  • W. French Anderson
  • Manipulating Life : Ethical Issues in Genetic Engineering
  • World Council of Churches
  • Human Genetics
  • Catholic Health Association
  • Origins of the Human Genome Project
  • James D. Watson, Robert M. Cook-Deegan
  • The Human Genome Project and International Health
  • Daniel Callahan
  • James D. Watson, Robert M. Cook-Deegan --
  • National Institutes of Health Guidelines for rDNA Research
  • Genetics : Conference Sets Strict Controls to Replace Moratorium
  • Nicholas Wade
  • Testimony to Cambridge, Mass., City Council with Respect to the Establishment of Guidelines for rDNA Research in Cambridge, Mass.
  • Allen Silverstone
  • Recombinant DNA : Fact and Fiction
  • Part I.
  • Stanley N. Cohen
  • DNA : Have the Corporations Already Grabbed Control of New Life Forms?
  • Jeremy Rifkin
  • James Watson and the Search for Biology's 'Holy Grail'
  • James S. Hall
  • Part II.
  • Animal Applications
  • Transgenic Animals
  • Rudolf Jaenisch
  • Scoring a Technical Knockout in Mice
  • The Debates Surrounding Genetic Engineering
  • John Travis
  • Statement on the Use of Transgenic Animals in Research
  • Novo Nordisk Research Corporation
  • Transgenics a Threat to Nature
  • Peter R. Wills
  • Animal Rights and Animal Welfare : Five Frequently Asked Questions
  • Gary L. Francione
  • Transgenic Non-Human Mammals
  • Philip Leder, Timothy A. Stewart
  • Eight Worries about Patenting Animals
  • The Double Helix
  • Robert Wachbroit
  • Animals as Inventions : Biotechnology and Intellectual Property Right
  • Mark Sagoff
  • Research and Production Issues : National Pork Producers Council Position Statement
  • Transgenic Animals
  • Alan R. Shuldiner
  • On Patenting Transgenic Animals
  • Baruch Brody
  • Part III.
  • Agriculture
  • James Watson
  • Wisconsin Temporarily Banning Gene-Engineered Drug for Cows
  • Keith Schneider
  • Biologist Rejects Transgenic Foods
  • Peter Wills
  • Geneticists' Latest Discovery : Public Fear of 'Frankenfood'
  • Molly O'Neill
  • The Safety of Food Developed by Biotechnology
  • David Kessler ... [et al.]
  • Biotechnology of Food
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration
  • Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids
  • Guidance on Consultation Procedures : Foods Derived from New Plant Varieties
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration Office of Premarket Approval
  • A Need to Reinvent Biotechnology Regulation at the EPA
  • Henry L. Miller
  • High-Tech Plants Promise a Bumper Crop of New Products
  • Anne Simon Moffat
  • The Search for More Productive Rice
  • David L. Wheeler
  • Out of the Lab, A Revolution on the Farm
  • Barnaby J. Feder
  • J. D. Watson, F. H. Crick
  • Convention on Biodiversity
  • Genetic Soybeans Alarm Europeans
  • Youssef M. Ibrahim
  • Perils amidst the Promise : Ecological Risks of Transgenic Crops in a Global Market
  • Jane Rissler
  • Asgrow Seed Co. v. Winterboer
  • Part IV.
  • The Human Genome Project
  • A Genetic Linkage Map of the Human Genome
  • Helen Donis-Keller
  • Troubled Dawn for Genetic Engineering
  • A Turning Point in Cancer Research : Sequencing the Human Genome
  • Renato Dulbecco
  • Report of the National Research Council Committee on Mapping and Sequencing the Human Genome
  • Understanding Our Genetic Inheritance
  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • The Human Significance of the Genome Project
  • Carol A. Tauer
  • Sequences and Consequences of the Human Genome
  • Daniel E. Koshland, Jr.
  • Tarasoff v. Regents of the University of California
  • Robert Sinsheimer
  • Genetic Screening in Employment : Some Legal, Ethical, and Societal Issues
  • Mark A. Rothstein
  • National Institutes of Health Workshop Statement : Reproductive Genetic Testing : Impact on Women
  • National Institutes of Health, Department of Energy Ethics, Law, and Social Issues Working Group and National Action Plan
  • The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination in Health Insurance Act of (Proposed)
  • The Genetic Confidentiality and Nondiscrimination Act of (Proposed)
  • The Genetic Justice Act (Proposed)
  • DNA Data Banking and the Public Interest
  • Nachama L. Wilker
  • The Human Genome Project : What Questions Does It Raise for Theology and Ethics?
  • Heredity and Politics
  • Bill of Rights of Animals
  • Charles Magel
  • Splicing Life : The Social and Ethical Issues of Genetic Engineering with Human Beings
  • President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research
  • Part VIII.
  • Cloning
  • Moving toward the Clonal Man
  • James D. Watson
  • Viable Offspring Derived from Fetal and Adult Mammalian Cells
  • Ian Wilmut
  • J.B.S. Haldane
  • Dolly Confirmation
  • Vittorio Sgaramella, Norton D. Zinder
  • After Decades and Many Mishaps, Cloning Success
  • Michael Specter with Gina Kolata
  • On Cloning Humans, 'Never' Turns Swiftly into Why Not?
  • Gina Kolata
  • In Big Advance in Cloning, Biologists Clone Mice
  • Gina Kolata
  • Can Cloning Help Save Beleaguered Species?
  • Jon Cohen
  • The Role of Genetic Testing in the Prevention of Occupational Disease
  • Ban Cloning? Not a Chance
  • Kirkpatrick Sales
  • Position Statement on Cloning
  • Council for Responsible Genetics
  • Reflections on Cloning
  • Pontifica Academia Pro Vita
  • UN Weighs in on Cloning
  • Constance Holden
  • Clinton Bans Federal Money for Efforts to Clone Humans
  • Katharine Q. Seeyle
  • U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment
  • Human Cloning : An Atlantean Odyssey?
  • Munawar Ahmad Anees
  • Statement on Cloning
  • Rabbi Elliot Dorff
  • Cloning Humans : Is It Ethical?
  • Dorothy C. Wertz
  • Should Human Cloning Research Be Off Limits?
  • Jerome P. Kassirer, Nadia A. Rosenthal
  • Human Cloning : Assessing the Ethical and Legal Quandaries
  • Lori B. Andrews
  • The Office of Technology Assessment's Report on Genetic Monitoring and Screening in the Workplace
  • Cloning Human Beings
  • National Bioethics Advisory Commission
  • Position Paper on Genetic Discrimination
  • Council for Responsible Genetics
  • Germ-Line Gene Modification and Disease Prevention : Some Medical and Ethical Perspectives
  • Nelson A. Wivel, LeRoy Walters
  • Ad Hoc Statement on Insurance Issues in Genetic Testing
  • Part V.
  • American Society of Human Genetics
  • Splicing Life : The Social and Ethical Issues of Genetic Engineering with Human Beings
  • President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research
  • Screening and Counseling for Genetic Conditions
  • President's Commission
  • National Institutes of Health Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee's Subcommittee Statement : Gene Therapy for Human Patients
  • Prohibit Unethical 'Enhancement' Gene Therapy
  • Michael S. Langan
  • Moral and Ethical Issues in Gene Therapy
  • Donald M. Bruce
  • Issues in Research
  • The Realistic View of Biology and Behavior
  • Jerome Kagan
  • Genes, Patents, and Indigenous Peoples : Biomedical Research and Indigenous Peoples' Rights
  • Henry T. Greely
  • Indigenous Person from Papua New Guinea Claimed in US Government Patent
  • Rural Advancement Foundation International
  • President of National Indigenous People's Organization of Colombia
  • Abadio Green Stocel
  • Citizen of the Solomon Islands
  • Ruth Liloqula
  • Ethical Issues in Human Genome Research
  • DNA Fingerprinting in Human Health and Society
  • David F. Betsch
  • Science on Trial
  • Michelle Eadie
  • Quality Control in DNA Typing : A Proposed Protocol
  • James L. Mudd
  • The Code : DNA and O. J. Simpson : Testing Science and Justice
  • Gina Kolata
  • DNA Likely Was Contaminated, Simpson Defense Asserts
  • USA Today
  • Thomas H. Murray
  • DNA Evidence on Trial Again in Virginia
  • Joe Jackson
  • DNA on File for Millions of Americans
  • Robert Boyd
  • Statement on DNA Sampling
  • HUGO (Human Genome Organization, Europe) Ethics Committee
  • An Application of DNA Sequencing to a Human Rights Problem
  • Mary-Claire King
  • Who's Afraid of the Human Genome?
  • George Annas
  • Statement on Cystic Fibrosis Screening
  • Part VI.
  • Diagnostic Applications of Genetic Information
  • The Basic Science of Gene Therapy
  • Richard C. Mulligan
  • Gene Therapy for Clogged Arteries Passes Test in Pigs
  • Marcia Barinaga
  • Use of Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes and Interleukin- in the Immunotherapy of Patients with Metastatic Melanoma
  • S. Rosenberg
  • Gene Implant Therapy Is Backed for Children with Rare Disease
  • Natalie Angier
  • American Society of Human Genetics
  • Human Gene Therapy
  • W. French Anderson
  • Arterial Gene Transfer of Therapeutic Angiogenesis in Patients with Peripheral Artery Disease
  • Jeffrey M. Isner
  • Genetic Testing for Huntington's Disease : A Family Issue
  • Catherine V. Hayes
  • Nightmare or the Dream of a New Era in Genetics?
  • Gina Kolata
  • Advent of Testing for Breast Cancer Genes Leads to Fears of Disclosure and Discrimination
  • Gina Kolata
  • Statement on Genetic Testing for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Predisposition
  • Genetic Discrimination and Health Insurance : An Urgent Need for Reform
  • Kathy L. Hudson ... [et al.]
  • Gene Therapy : Promise, Pitfalls and Prognosis
  • Jeffrey M. Leiden
  • Part VII.
  • Ethical Issues in Genetic Engineering
  • The Frankenstein Factor
  • Willard Gaylin
  • What Is Morally New in Genetic Manipulation?
  • James F. Keenan
  • American Society of Human Genetics
  • Ethical Issues in Genetic Engineering : A Survey
  • Thomas A. Shannon
  • New Genetics Means No New Ethics
  • John Maddox
  • Executive Summary of the NIH-DOE Working Group on Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Human Genome Research
  • Diamond v. Chakrabarty
  • A Worldwide Fight against Biopiracy and Patents on Life
  • Martin Khor
  • Should We Allow the Patenting of Life?
  • Mark Sagoff
Control code
40163476
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxi, 282 pages
Isbn
9780313304576
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
98046808
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Genetic engineering : a documentary history, edited by Thomas A. Shannon
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Asilomar Conference on Recombinant DNA Molecules
  • Ted F. Peters, Robert J. Russell
  • The Evolution of the Created Co-Creator
  • Philip Hefner
  • Algeny : A New Word... A New World
  • Jeremy Rifkin
  • The New Genesis : Theology and the Genetic Revolution
  • Ron Cole-Turner
  • Statement from the National Council of Churches of Christ
  • Draft Report to Annual and Central Conferences
  • United Methodist Church Genetic Science Task Force
  • Paul Berg ... [et al.]
  • United Church of Christ Statement to the Seventeenth General Synod
  • Episcopal Church Statement to the Seventieth General Convention
  • Report to the General Conference
  • United Methodist Church Science Task Force
  • Biotechnology
  • World Council of Churches
  • Donum Vitae
  • Policy on Availability and Patenting of Human Genomic DNA Sequence
  • National Human Genome Research Institute
  • Genome Project Forces New Look at Ethics, Law
  • Recombinant DNA : Science and the Public
  • Ted F. Peters
  • Genetics and Human Malleability
  • W. French Anderson
  • Manipulating Life : Ethical Issues in Genetic Engineering
  • World Council of Churches
  • Human Genetics
  • Catholic Health Association
  • Origins of the Human Genome Project
  • James D. Watson, Robert M. Cook-Deegan
  • The Human Genome Project and International Health
  • Daniel Callahan
  • James D. Watson, Robert M. Cook-Deegan --
  • National Institutes of Health Guidelines for rDNA Research
  • Genetics : Conference Sets Strict Controls to Replace Moratorium
  • Nicholas Wade
  • Testimony to Cambridge, Mass., City Council with Respect to the Establishment of Guidelines for rDNA Research in Cambridge, Mass.
  • Allen Silverstone
  • Recombinant DNA : Fact and Fiction
  • Part I.
  • Stanley N. Cohen
  • DNA : Have the Corporations Already Grabbed Control of New Life Forms?
  • Jeremy Rifkin
  • James Watson and the Search for Biology's 'Holy Grail'
  • James S. Hall
  • Part II.
  • Animal Applications
  • Transgenic Animals
  • Rudolf Jaenisch
  • Scoring a Technical Knockout in Mice
  • The Debates Surrounding Genetic Engineering
  • John Travis
  • Statement on the Use of Transgenic Animals in Research
  • Novo Nordisk Research Corporation
  • Transgenics a Threat to Nature
  • Peter R. Wills
  • Animal Rights and Animal Welfare : Five Frequently Asked Questions
  • Gary L. Francione
  • Transgenic Non-Human Mammals
  • Philip Leder, Timothy A. Stewart
  • Eight Worries about Patenting Animals
  • The Double Helix
  • Robert Wachbroit
  • Animals as Inventions : Biotechnology and Intellectual Property Right
  • Mark Sagoff
  • Research and Production Issues : National Pork Producers Council Position Statement
  • Transgenic Animals
  • Alan R. Shuldiner
  • On Patenting Transgenic Animals
  • Baruch Brody
  • Part III.
  • Agriculture
  • James Watson
  • Wisconsin Temporarily Banning Gene-Engineered Drug for Cows
  • Keith Schneider
  • Biologist Rejects Transgenic Foods
  • Peter Wills
  • Geneticists' Latest Discovery : Public Fear of 'Frankenfood'
  • Molly O'Neill
  • The Safety of Food Developed by Biotechnology
  • David Kessler ... [et al.]
  • Biotechnology of Food
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration
  • Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids
  • Guidance on Consultation Procedures : Foods Derived from New Plant Varieties
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration Office of Premarket Approval
  • A Need to Reinvent Biotechnology Regulation at the EPA
  • Henry L. Miller
  • High-Tech Plants Promise a Bumper Crop of New Products
  • Anne Simon Moffat
  • The Search for More Productive Rice
  • David L. Wheeler
  • Out of the Lab, A Revolution on the Farm
  • Barnaby J. Feder
  • J. D. Watson, F. H. Crick
  • Convention on Biodiversity
  • Genetic Soybeans Alarm Europeans
  • Youssef M. Ibrahim
  • Perils amidst the Promise : Ecological Risks of Transgenic Crops in a Global Market
  • Jane Rissler
  • Asgrow Seed Co. v. Winterboer
  • Part IV.
  • The Human Genome Project
  • A Genetic Linkage Map of the Human Genome
  • Helen Donis-Keller
  • Troubled Dawn for Genetic Engineering
  • A Turning Point in Cancer Research : Sequencing the Human Genome
  • Renato Dulbecco
  • Report of the National Research Council Committee on Mapping and Sequencing the Human Genome
  • Understanding Our Genetic Inheritance
  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • The Human Significance of the Genome Project
  • Carol A. Tauer
  • Sequences and Consequences of the Human Genome
  • Daniel E. Koshland, Jr.
  • Tarasoff v. Regents of the University of California
  • Robert Sinsheimer
  • Genetic Screening in Employment : Some Legal, Ethical, and Societal Issues
  • Mark A. Rothstein
  • National Institutes of Health Workshop Statement : Reproductive Genetic Testing : Impact on Women
  • National Institutes of Health, Department of Energy Ethics, Law, and Social Issues Working Group and National Action Plan
  • The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination in Health Insurance Act of (Proposed)
  • The Genetic Confidentiality and Nondiscrimination Act of (Proposed)
  • The Genetic Justice Act (Proposed)
  • DNA Data Banking and the Public Interest
  • Nachama L. Wilker
  • The Human Genome Project : What Questions Does It Raise for Theology and Ethics?
  • Heredity and Politics
  • Bill of Rights of Animals
  • Charles Magel
  • Splicing Life : The Social and Ethical Issues of Genetic Engineering with Human Beings
  • President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research
  • Part VIII.
  • Cloning
  • Moving toward the Clonal Man
  • James D. Watson
  • Viable Offspring Derived from Fetal and Adult Mammalian Cells
  • Ian Wilmut
  • J.B.S. Haldane
  • Dolly Confirmation
  • Vittorio Sgaramella, Norton D. Zinder
  • After Decades and Many Mishaps, Cloning Success
  • Michael Specter with Gina Kolata
  • On Cloning Humans, 'Never' Turns Swiftly into Why Not?
  • Gina Kolata
  • In Big Advance in Cloning, Biologists Clone Mice
  • Gina Kolata
  • Can Cloning Help Save Beleaguered Species?
  • Jon Cohen
  • The Role of Genetic Testing in the Prevention of Occupational Disease
  • Ban Cloning? Not a Chance
  • Kirkpatrick Sales
  • Position Statement on Cloning
  • Council for Responsible Genetics
  • Reflections on Cloning
  • Pontifica Academia Pro Vita
  • UN Weighs in on Cloning
  • Constance Holden
  • Clinton Bans Federal Money for Efforts to Clone Humans
  • Katharine Q. Seeyle
  • U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment
  • Human Cloning : An Atlantean Odyssey?
  • Munawar Ahmad Anees
  • Statement on Cloning
  • Rabbi Elliot Dorff
  • Cloning Humans : Is It Ethical?
  • Dorothy C. Wertz
  • Should Human Cloning Research Be Off Limits?
  • Jerome P. Kassirer, Nadia A. Rosenthal
  • Human Cloning : Assessing the Ethical and Legal Quandaries
  • Lori B. Andrews
  • The Office of Technology Assessment's Report on Genetic Monitoring and Screening in the Workplace
  • Cloning Human Beings
  • National Bioethics Advisory Commission
  • Position Paper on Genetic Discrimination
  • Council for Responsible Genetics
  • Germ-Line Gene Modification and Disease Prevention : Some Medical and Ethical Perspectives
  • Nelson A. Wivel, LeRoy Walters
  • Ad Hoc Statement on Insurance Issues in Genetic Testing
  • Part V.
  • American Society of Human Genetics
  • Splicing Life : The Social and Ethical Issues of Genetic Engineering with Human Beings
  • President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research
  • Screening and Counseling for Genetic Conditions
  • President's Commission
  • National Institutes of Health Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee's Subcommittee Statement : Gene Therapy for Human Patients
  • Prohibit Unethical 'Enhancement' Gene Therapy
  • Michael S. Langan
  • Moral and Ethical Issues in Gene Therapy
  • Donald M. Bruce
  • Issues in Research
  • The Realistic View of Biology and Behavior
  • Jerome Kagan
  • Genes, Patents, and Indigenous Peoples : Biomedical Research and Indigenous Peoples' Rights
  • Henry T. Greely
  • Indigenous Person from Papua New Guinea Claimed in US Government Patent
  • Rural Advancement Foundation International
  • President of National Indigenous People's Organization of Colombia
  • Abadio Green Stocel
  • Citizen of the Solomon Islands
  • Ruth Liloqula
  • Ethical Issues in Human Genome Research
  • DNA Fingerprinting in Human Health and Society
  • David F. Betsch
  • Science on Trial
  • Michelle Eadie
  • Quality Control in DNA Typing : A Proposed Protocol
  • James L. Mudd
  • The Code : DNA and O. J. Simpson : Testing Science and Justice
  • Gina Kolata
  • DNA Likely Was Contaminated, Simpson Defense Asserts
  • USA Today
  • Thomas H. Murray
  • DNA Evidence on Trial Again in Virginia
  • Joe Jackson
  • DNA on File for Millions of Americans
  • Robert Boyd
  • Statement on DNA Sampling
  • HUGO (Human Genome Organization, Europe) Ethics Committee
  • An Application of DNA Sequencing to a Human Rights Problem
  • Mary-Claire King
  • Who's Afraid of the Human Genome?
  • George Annas
  • Statement on Cystic Fibrosis Screening
  • Part VI.
  • Diagnostic Applications of Genetic Information
  • The Basic Science of Gene Therapy
  • Richard C. Mulligan
  • Gene Therapy for Clogged Arteries Passes Test in Pigs
  • Marcia Barinaga
  • Use of Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes and Interleukin- in the Immunotherapy of Patients with Metastatic Melanoma
  • S. Rosenberg
  • Gene Implant Therapy Is Backed for Children with Rare Disease
  • Natalie Angier
  • American Society of Human Genetics
  • Human Gene Therapy
  • W. French Anderson
  • Arterial Gene Transfer of Therapeutic Angiogenesis in Patients with Peripheral Artery Disease
  • Jeffrey M. Isner
  • Genetic Testing for Huntington's Disease : A Family Issue
  • Catherine V. Hayes
  • Nightmare or the Dream of a New Era in Genetics?
  • Gina Kolata
  • Advent of Testing for Breast Cancer Genes Leads to Fears of Disclosure and Discrimination
  • Gina Kolata
  • Statement on Genetic Testing for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Predisposition
  • Genetic Discrimination and Health Insurance : An Urgent Need for Reform
  • Kathy L. Hudson ... [et al.]
  • Gene Therapy : Promise, Pitfalls and Prognosis
  • Jeffrey M. Leiden
  • Part VII.
  • Ethical Issues in Genetic Engineering
  • The Frankenstein Factor
  • Willard Gaylin
  • What Is Morally New in Genetic Manipulation?
  • James F. Keenan
  • American Society of Human Genetics
  • Ethical Issues in Genetic Engineering : A Survey
  • Thomas A. Shannon
  • New Genetics Means No New Ethics
  • John Maddox
  • Executive Summary of the NIH-DOE Working Group on Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Human Genome Research
  • Diamond v. Chakrabarty
  • A Worldwide Fight against Biopiracy and Patents on Life
  • Martin Khor
  • Should We Allow the Patenting of Life?
  • Mark Sagoff
Control code
40163476
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxi, 282 pages
Isbn
9780313304576
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
98046808
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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