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  1. Ethics and the Business of Bioscience.Margaret L. Eaton - 2004 - Stanford Business Books.
    Businesses that produce bioscience products—gene tests and therapies, pharmaceuticals, vaccines, and medical devices—are regularly confronted with ethical issues concerning these technologies. Conflicts exist between those who support advancements in bioscience and those who fear the consequences of unfettered scientific license. As the debate surrounding bioscience grows, it will be increasingly important for business managers to consider the larger consequences of their work. This groundbreaking book follows industry research, development, and marketing of medical and bioscience products across a variety of fields, (...)
     
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    Managing the Risks Associated with Using Biomedical Ethics Advice.Margaret L. Eaton - 2008 - Journal of Business Ethics 77 (1):99 - 109.
    This paper discusses the criticisms that exist about corporate use of ethics advice by bioscience companies and offers suggestions on how ethics advisors can be used so as to maximize their utility and avoid the criticism.
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    Managing the Risks Associated with Using Biomedical Ethics Advice.Margaret L. Eaton - 2008 - Journal of Business Ethics 77 (1):99-109.
    This paper discusses the criticisms that exist about corporate use of ethics advice by bioscience companies and offers suggestions on how ethics advisors can be used so as to maximize their utility and avoid the criticism.
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