An evaluation of the Ethical, Legal and Social Implications program of the U. S. Human Genome Project
Princeton Journal of Bioethics 2000 Spring; 3(1): 35-50
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Report of the Joint NIH/DOE Committee to Evaluate the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications Program of the Human Genome Project: Executive Summary National Institutes of Health [NIH] (United States) [and] United States. Department of Energy. Joint Committee to Evaluate the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of the Human Genome Project (1996-12-16)
Report of the Joint NIH-DOE Committee to Evaluate the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications Program of the Human Genome Project Rothstein, Mark A.; Spence, M. Anne; Buffler, Patricia A.; Childress, James F.; Epstein, Charles J.; Hilgartner, Stephen; Knoppers, Bartha Maria; Mackta, Jayne; Olson, Maynard V.; Shine, Kenneth I.; Walker, Bailus (1997-02)
The ELSI Hypothesis [book review of GENE MAPPING: USING LAW AND ETHICS AS GUIDES edited by George J. Annas and Sherman Elias; THE CODE OF CODES: SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIAL ISSUES IN THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT edited by Daniel J. Kevles and Leroy Hood; LE GENOME HUMAIN: UNE RESPONSABILITE SCIENTIFIC ET SOCIALE edited by Marcel J. Melancon and Raymond D. Lambert; BIBLIOGRAPHY: ETHICAL, LEGAL AND SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT edited by Michael S. Yesley] Lindee, M. Susan (1994-06)