Genetics and the law III
This volume is a collection of articles on medical genetics drafted by a group of lawyers, scientists, physicians, and ethicists. Among the issues discussed are the future of genetic manipulation, the academic-corporate merger in medicine, legal regulation of artificial insemination, surrogate motherhood, protecting handicapped newborns, fetal medicine, and legislative regulation of fetal experimentaion.
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The Future of Genetic ManipulationDavid Baltimore Moderator
Values in Conflict
Legal and Ethical Issues in the New Genetics
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