Genetic Morality

Peter Lang (2006)
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This book will attempt to show that these and other problems are ultimately resolvable, given careful and unbiased application of established ethical principles ...
Keywords Ethics of genetics  Human cloning  Embryo research  Genetic enhancement
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ISBN(s) 3039111493   9783039111497
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