The Human Genome Project: An Overview of Ethical Issues and Public Policy Concerns
Ott, Barbara B.
Nursing Outlook 1995 September-October; 43(5): 228-231
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The ELSI Hypothesis [book review of GENE MAPPING: USING LAW AND ETHICS AS GUIDES edited by George J. Annas and Sherman Elias; THE CODE OF CODES: SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIAL ISSUES IN THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT edited by Daniel J. Kevles and Leroy Hood; LE GENOME HUMAIN: UNE RESPONSABILITE SCIENTIFIC ET SOCIALE edited by Marcel J. Melancon and Raymond D. Lambert; BIBLIOGRAPHY: ETHICAL, LEGAL AND SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT edited by Michael S. Yesley] Lindee, M. Susan (1994-06)
Wheale, Peter (1998)
Should Ethical Concerns Regulate Science? the European Experience With the Human Genome Project: A Report From Denmark Rix, Bo Andreassen (1991-07)...The allocation of resources can indirectly control science by defining areas undesirable for research from the point of view of society. In the United States federal funds are not available for research on human embryos. ...