Murray, Thomas H.
Hastings Center Report 2009 May-June; 39(3): 19-22
This year marks The Hastings Center's fortieth anniversary. These essays examine the four core issues that the early Center identified as its domain. Thomas Murray, president, revisits the Center's work on ethical issues in human genetics. Though that work began in 1971, when genetic counseling was in its infancy and genetic engineering was unheard of, Murray finds it "remarkably prescient."
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Genetics Research and Its Ethical Implications: Three Perspectives: A Physician, an Ethicist, and an Advocate for the Disabled Discuss the Societal and Personal Implications of Genetics Research and Testing Wexler, Paul; Murray, Thomas H.; Asch, Adrienne (1991-01)