Genetics, the Fetus and our Future: Carmel Bagness, Hale, Cheshire, Hochland Hochland Ltd, 1998, 105 pages, pound10.95 (sc) [Book Review]

Journal of Medical Ethics 26 (2):143-143 (2000)
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