Further Ethical and Social Issues in Using a Cocaine Vaccine: Response to Hall and Carter
Journal of Medical Ethics 2004 August; 30(4): 341-343
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Hall, W.; Carter, L. (2004-08)A "cocaine vaccine" is a promising immunotherapeutic approach to treating cocaine dependence which induces the immune system to form antibodies that prevent cocaine from crossing the blood brain barrier to act on receptor ...
Hall, Wayne; Gartner, Coral (2011-05)To describe the rationale of vaccines against cocaine and nicotine, to review progress in developing and trialing vaccines to treat dependence on these drugs and to discuss some of the ethical issues that may arise from ...
A Bill to Amend the Public Health Service Act to Prohibit Any Attempt to Clone a Human Being Using Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer and to Prohibit the Use of Federal Funds for Such Purposes, to Provide for Further Review of the Ethical and Scientific Issues Associated with the Use of Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer in Human Beings, and for Other Purposes. United States. Congress. Senate (1998-02-04)