Human Genome Research and the Human Genome Diversity Project: Some Ethical Issues.
In: Wheale, Peter; von Schomberg, Rene; Glasner, Peter, eds. The Social Management of Genetic Engineering. Brookfield, VT: Ashgate; 1998: 91-115.
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