Whose Body Is It Anyway? Disputes Over Body Tissue in a Biotechnology Age
Lancet. 1998 Jan 3; 351(9095): 53-57.
Attitudes; Biomedical Research; Biotechnology; Body Parts and Fluids; Consent; Deception; Economics; Gene Therapy; Genetic Materials; Genetic Research; Genome; Genetic Screening; Human Body; Human Genome; Human Genome Diversity Project; Industry; Informed Consent; International Aspects; Investigators; Legal Aspects; Patents; Psychology; Public Policy; Property; Research; Rights; Self Concept; Tissue Banks; Values; Vulnerable Populations;
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Nelkin, Dorothy; Andrews, Lori (1998-09)The human body is becoming hot property, a resource to be "mined," "harvested," patented, and traded commercially for profit as well as scientific and therapeutic advances. Under the new entrepreneurial approach to the ...