The Lives to Come
A critically praised survey explores the ethical, legal, political, and social concerns surrounding today's revolutionary genetic research, illustrated with examples, case studies, and scenarios drawn from real life and real science. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.
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Review: The Lives to Come: The Genetic Revolution and Human PossibilitiesUser Review - Philana Walker - Goodreads
An excellent introduction into the world of bioethics. I first read this book almost ten years ago and it's still relevant today now that stem cell research is in the news again. This clearly defines ... Read full review
Review: The Lives to Come: The Genetic Revolution and Human PossibilitiesUser Review - Vaman - Goodreads
Absolutely brilliant, he takes a scalpel to the field of bioethics and comes away with the most enduring of principles. Read full review
List of Illustrations
The Shapes of Suffering
Our Mortal Coils
To Test or Not to Test?
The Road to Health?
A Patchwork of Therapies
The New Pariahs?
Studies in Scarlet
The Quality of Lives
An Unequal Inheritance
Postscript March 1997