Biomedical technology and public policy

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Greenwood Press, 1989 - Medical - 235 pages
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This volume is designed to provide a framework for studying the public policy implications of a broad range of biomedical technologies. Each chapter focuses on the policy issues and political activities surrounding a single technology. Contributors address such issues as new reproductive technologies, animal experimentation, contraceptive drugs, genetic markers and technology and the aging society.

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Contents

ISSUES IN HUMAN REPRODUCTION
1
Reproductive Issues and the Applicability of
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PRENATAL AND NEONATAL ISSUES
41
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About the author (1989)

Robert H. Blank is Chair of Public Policy at Brunel University, UK.

MIRIAM K. MILLS was Professor of Organizational Science at the School of Industrial Management at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, New Jersey. She passed away in March, 1992.