Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 32 (3):299 – 310 (2007)
|Abstract||After historically situating NBIC Convergence in the context of earlier bioethical debate on genetics, ten questions are raised in areas related to the ethics of Convergence, indicating where future research is needed.|
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