Genetics: ethical challenges in the Baltic countries.
In: Who Owns Our Genes?: Proceedings of an International Conference, October 1999, Tallinn, Estonia, Organised by the Nordic Committee on Bioethics. Copenhagen: Nordic Committee on Bioethics: Nordic Council of Ministers; 2000: 121-127.
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