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Faden, Ruth; Donovan, Peter J.; Harris, John; Lovell-Badge, Robin; Mathews, Debra J.H.; Savulescu, Julian; Azariah, Jayapual; Benvenisty, Nissim; Bok, Hilary; Brunelli, Silvia; Campbell, Philip; Chan, Sarah; Cheng, Linzahao; Coles, David; Devolder, Katrien; Finkel, Julia; Friele, Minou; Heyd, David; Honey, Colin; Hyun, Insoo; Isasi, Rosario M.; Kyu Won, Jung; Liao, S. Matthew; McLaren, Anne; Mori, Maurizio; Munthe, Christian; Murdoch, Alison; Nakatsuji, Norio; O'Toole, Chris; Panicker, Mitradas M.; Patterson, Mark; Pedersen, Roger A.; Pera, Martin Frederick; Purnell, Beverly A.; Regenberg, Alan; Qui, Ren-Zong; Romeo-Casabona, Carlos M.; Salter, Brian; Samuelson, Taylor; Santalo, Josep; Saunders, Rhodri; Sheng, Hui Z.; Skene, Loane; Solter, Davor; Stacey, Glyn; Stubing, William C.; Sugarman, Jeremy; Sugden, Andrew M.; Van Steirteghem, Andre; Wallace, Susan E.; Walters, LeRoy B.; Zambidis, Elias T. (The Hinxton Group. An international consortium on stem cells, ethics and law, 2006-02-24)
Chan, Sarah; Harris, John (2009-03)John Harris has previously proposed that there is a moral duty to participate in scientific research. This concept has recently been challenged by Iain Brassington, who asserts that the principles cited by Harris in support ...
Chan, Sarah; Harris, John (2011-07)Animals, in the age of biotechnology, are the subjects of a myriad of scientific procedures, interventions, and modifications. They are created, altered, and experimented upon--often with highly beneficial outcomes for ...