Race and population-based medicine: drug development and distributive justice
Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 2008 Summer; 21(3): 859-879
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Impact of development of population-based study in biomedical field on laws and regulations: a cross-strait experience on biobank development Fan, Chien Te; Wu, Chunyan; Shi, Zhiyuan (2008-12)Together with the completion of the Human Genome Project, biomedical research has marched into the "Post-Genomic Era." In order to take advantage of these extracted gene related information extensively and precisely so as ...
Population Aging and International Development: Addressing Competing Claims of Distributive Justice Engelman, Michal; Johnson, Summer (2007-04)To date, bioethics and health policy scholarship has given little consideration to questions of aging and intergenerational justice in the developing world. Demographic changes are precipitating rapid population aging in ...