Mapping Morality: Ethics and the Human Genome Project. an Interview With Arthur L. Caplan, Ph.D
McIntyre, Russell L.
Caplan, Arthur L.
Trends in Health Care, Law and Ethics. 1994 Summer; 9(3): 7-12, 32.
Abortion; Cells; Confidentiality; Counseling; Consent; Diagnosis; Disclosure; Employment; Ethics; Eugenics; Gene Therapy; Genetic Disorders; Genetic Enhancement; Genetic Intervention; Genetic Predisposition; Genetics; Genome; Genome Mapping; Goals; Genetic Screening; Health; Health Care; Human Genome; Human Genome Project; Human Rights; Informed Consent; Insurance; Mandatory Testing; Medicine; Morality; Patents; Prenatal Diagnosis; Public Policy; Refusal to Treat; Reproductive Technologies; Rights; Selective Abortion; Voluntary Programs;
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