Saint Louis : Saint Louis University Press, 2004.
xiv, 366 pages ; 23 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: the development of ethics discourse on genetics / Gerard Magill and John Brehany Policy challenges: ethical, legal, and social implications of genetics / Ellen Wright Clayton The genetics revolution can the law cope? / Sheila A.M. McLean Genetics, investment, and business: organizational ethics for genomics companies / Gerard Magill Geneticization: the sociocultural impact of gentechnology / Henk A.M.J. ten Have Genes and gender: an egalitarian analysis / Mary Briody Mahowald Using human dignity to constrain genetic research and development: when it works and when it does not / Jan C. Heller Engineering our grace: an old idea and new genetic technologies / Brent Waters The impact of genetics and genomics on views of aging / David Schlessinger.
Genetic labels and long-term-care policies: a winning or losing proposition for patients? / Ruth Purtilo The challenge of advances in genetic medicine for the biomedical and organizational ethics of health care delivery / Dennis Brodeur The challenge of physician education in genetics / Carol Bayley Pharmacogenetics, genetic screening, and health care / Ruth Chadwick Ethical aspects of prenatal screening and diagnosis / Norman M. Ford Gene "therapy": a test case for research with children / M. Therese Lysaught Science, ethics, and policy: relating human genomics to embryonic stem-cell research and therapeutic cloning / Gerard Magill.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -341) and indexes.