Biotechnology-Based Foods: Is There a Third Way Between the Precaution Principle and an Overly Enthusiastic Dissemination of GMO?
Meningaud, J. P.
Medicine and Law: World Association of Medical Law 2000; 19(4): 703-711
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Ethical acceptability, health policy and foods biotechnology based foods: is there a third way between the precaution principle and an overly enthusiastic dissemination of GMO? Meningaud, J-P.; Moutel, G.; Herve, C. (2001)
Moutel, G.; de Montgolfier, Sandrine; Meningaud, Jean-Paul; Herve, Christian (2001)BACKGROUND: Since the creation of places where DNA is stored, a number of questions appear about protecting the individual, confidentiality and the validity of the proposed consent to storage. This study, originating in ...
Developments in the Storage of Embryos in France and the Limitations of the Laws of Bioethics: Analysis of Procedures in 17 Storage Centres and the Destiny of Stored Embryos Moutel, Gregoire; Gregg, Edna; Meningaud, Jean Paul; Herve, Christian (2002)BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY: 1985 witnessed the first transfers of frozen embryos resulting in live births in France. Since this time the number of embryos obtained by in vitro fertilisation (IVF) has increased each year. In ...