A Companion to Genethics
March 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
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Introduction : Justine Burley (University of Manchester and Exeter College, Oxford) and John Harris (University of Manchester).
1. Stem cells: C.N. Svendsen (University of Cambridge).
2. Gene therapy for neurological disorders: P.R. Lowenstein (Gene Therapeutics Institute).
3. Cloning in biology and medicine: Ian Wilmut (Roslin Institute)Genetics of old age: Thomas B.L. Kirkwood (University of Newcastle).
4. The ethical legacy of Nazi medical war crimes: Paul Weindling (Oxford Bookes University).
5. Biotechnology and animals: Bernard E. Rollin (Colorado State University).
6. The role of informed consent in genetic experimentation: SørenHolm (University of Oslo).
7. Testing children and adolescents: Dorothy Wertz (University of Massachusetts).
8. Genetic testing of children: Lainie Friedman Ross (University of Chicago).
9. Mapping the human genome and "Monster Mythology": George J. Annas (Boston University).
10. The moral status of the gene: Mary Anne Warren (San Francisco State University).
11. The ethical use of human embryonic stem cells in research and therapy: John Harris (University of Manchester).
12. Preimplantation genetic diagnosis and embryo selection: Bonnie Steinbock (State University of New York at Albany).
13. Individual autonomy and genetic choice: Matthew Clayton (Brunel University).
14. Cloning and public policy: Ruth Macklin (Albert Einstein College of Medicine).
15. Sex-selection: The feminist response: Diemut Bubeck (London School of Economics).
16. Creating perfect people: Philip Kitcher (Columbia University).
17. Genetics and personal identity: Carol Rovane (Columbia University).
18. Genetic determinism and gene selection: Richard Dawkins (University of Oxford and New College).
19. The "Darwin Wars" and the human self image: Janet Radcliffe Richards (University College London.
20. Religion and Gene Therapy: Gerald McKenny (Rice University).
21. ‘Race', genetics and human difference: Hussein Kassim (University of London).
22. Self-ownership, begetting and germ-line information: Hillel Steiner (University of Manchester).
23. Justice, genetics and lifestyles: Inez de Beaufort (Erasmus University).
24. Commercial exploitation of the human genome: Ruth Chadwick (Lancaster University) and Adam Hedgecoe (University College London).
25. Forensic DNA typing: David Wasserman (University of Maryland).
26. Privacy and genetics: Madison Powers (Georgetown University).
27. DNA banking: Bartha Maria Knoppers (University of Montreal).
28. Genetic difference in the workplace: Michael Yesley (Los Alamos National Laboratory).
29. The insurance market and discriminatory practices: Tom Sorell (University of Ethics).
30. Legal and ethical issues in biotechnology patenting: Pilar Ossorio (American Medical Association.
31. Patented genes: Mark Sagoff (University of Maryland, College Park).
32. Property, patents, and genetic material: Stephen Munzer (University of California, Los Angeles).
33. Genetic screening from a public health perspective: Scott Burris (Temple University) and Lawrence Gostin (Georgetown University).
Afterword: Sir David Weatherall (University of Oxford).