Property Rights and Payment to Patients for Cell Lines Derived From Human Tissues: An Economic Analysis
Social Science and Medicine. 1993 Apr; 36(8): 1071-1076.
The increasing potential for commercial applications in biotechnology has given rise to new legal and ethical questions with regard to ownership of human tissue. As the potential value of human cells and tissue has risen, so have donors' calls for a share in the profits. However, in a recent California ruling
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