Biomedical technology and public policy
Greenwood Press, 1989 - Medical - 235 pages
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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ISSUES IN HUMAN REPRODUCTION
Reproductive Issues and the Applicability of
PRENATAL AND NEONATAL ISSUES
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