Chinese researchers promote biomedical regulations: what are the motives of the biopolitical dawn in China and where are they heading?
Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 2004 March; 14(1): 39-46
In the past five years, China has experienced increased efforts to regulate activities in biomedical research and practice. Background is provided on some of the key developments in Chinese bioethics especially in relation to genetics, stem cells, cloning, and reproductive medicine. This background sets the stage for a document entitled "Ethical Guidelines for Human Embryo Stem Cell Research," proposed by the Bioethics Committee of the Southern China National Human Gene Research Center, Shanghai, which is reprinted in this volume of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal.
Bioethics; Biomedical Research; Cells; Cloning; Ethics; Genetics; Guidelines; Medicine; Reproductive Medicine; Research; Researchers; Social Control of Science and Technology; In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer; Genetics, Molecular Biology and Microbiology; Social Control of Human Experimentation; Research on Embryos and Fetuses;
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