Perception of Risks and Benefits of in Vitro Fertilization, Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
Macer, Darryl R.J.
Social Science and Medicine. 1994 Jan; 38(1): 23-33.
The use of new biotechnology in medicine has become an everyday experience, but many people still express concern about biotechnology. Concerns are evoked particularly by the phrases genetic engineering and
Attitudes; Biology; Biotechnology; Comparative Studies; DNA; Ecology; Embryo Transfer; Engineering; Faculty; Genetic Engineering; Genetic Intervention; In Vitro Fertilization; Investigators; Medicine; Mothers; Nurses; Public Opinion; Public Policy; Reproductive Technologies; Research; Risks and Benefits; Schools; Science; Students; Surrogate Mothers; Survey; Universities;
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