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Reprogenetics: Law, Policy, and Ethical Issues
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Author Name:    Knowles, Lori P.

Title:   Reprogenetics: Law, Policy, and Ethical Issues

Binding:   Hardcover

Book Condition:   Very Good

Publisher:    Johns Hopkins University Press 

ISBN Number:   0801885248 / 9780801885242

Seller ID:   Z0801885248Z2

0801885248 This book is shelved in the Medicine section of our retail store and may require extra shipping time - Crisp clean unread hardcover with light shelfwear to the dust jacket and a publisher's mark to one edge - Nice!

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From the cloning of Dolly the sheep a decade ago to more recent advances in embryonic stem cell research, new genetic technologies have often spurred polemical, ill-informed debates. Perhaps nowhere is this more evident than in the field of reproductive genetics, where difficult bioethical issues are distilled into sound bites and far-fetched claims for easy public consumption. The underlying complexities of reprogenetic research and practice are often drowned out by the noise.

In this thoughtful and informed collection, Lori P. Knowles and Gregory E. Kaebnick bring together bioethicists from the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom to examine the ethical and policy quandaries created by new genetic technologies. Featuring an overview of the field's history (including lessons to be learned from eugenics), comparisons of international and domestic governmental regulations, and discussions of how the market and public opinion affect research, this book considers both the risks and the benefits of combining genetic and reproductive technologies.

Concluding with a cautionary call for increased regulation, "Reprogenetics" introduces fact, history, and reason into a public discussion of complex and vexing issues.



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