The Genetic Revolution and Human Rights; Human Genetics—Choice and ResponsibilityBMJ 2000; 321 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.321.7268.1086/a (Published 28 October 2000) Cite this as: BMJ 2000;321:1086
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- Imre Szebik, postdoctoral fellow.
- Biomedical Ethics Unit, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
The Genetic Revolution and Human Rights
Ed Justine Burley
Oxford University Press, £7.99, 220
ISBN 0 19 286201 4
Human Genetics—Choice and Responsibility
British Medical Association
Oxford University Press, £7.99, pp 236
ISBN 0 19 288055 1
Genetics and cloning are “hot” topics in Western society, and they trigger interesting and thought provoking discussions. In The Genetic Revolution and Human Rights, Justine Burley has collected outstanding scholars to discuss Dolly the sheep, the advantages of cloning, and the importance of …
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