"First published 2009 by Ashgate Publishing"--t.p. verso.
Formatted Contents Note
1. The perils of terminology and the 'savior sibling' dilemma / Barbara Ann Hocking and Eva Ryrstedt 2. I sing of arms and the doctor : what role for law when biology is called to war? / Piero P. Giorgi, Scott Guy and Barbara Ann Hocking 3. Indigenous peoples and genetic population research : reflections on a culturally appropriate model of indegenous participant consent / Helena Kaijlich 4. The SARS epidemic in Hong Kong 2003 : interplay of law, medicine and ethics / Edwin Hui 5. A proposal based on 'the tragedy of the commons' : a museum of bioprospecting, intellectual property rights and the public domain / Joseph Henry Vogel 6. Law, ethics and wildlife disease : an Australian perspective / Hamish McCallum 7. Environmental risk, environmental liability and the regulation of biotechnology : mediating law and biology? / Chrisopher Rodgers 8. Legitimizing regulatory decision-making about genetically modified organisms under the Gene Technology Act 2000 (Cth) / Charles Lawson and Richard Hindmarch 9. The universial declaration on bioethics and human rights : bioethics, a civilizing utopia in the age of globalization? / Christian Byk 10. Conclusion : shuffling the law and biology iPod / Barbara Ann Hocking and Joseph Henry Vogel.