Recommended Books

Reiss, Michael J. and Roger Stanghaa, Improving Nature? The Science and Ethics of Genetic Engineering; Cambridge University Press, 1997

Walters, LeRoy and Julie Gaye Palmer, The Ethics of Human Gene Therapy; New York: Oxford University Press, 1997

Willer, Roger A., Ed. Genetic Testing & Screening: Critical Engagement at the Intersection of Faith and Science; Minn, Kirk House Publishers, 1998

Recommended Journal Articles

Robertson, John A. "Oocyte Cytoplasm Transfers and the Ethics of Germ-Line Intervention"; Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 26 (1998):211-20

Rothstein, Mark A. "Genetic Privacy and Confidentiality: Why They Are So Hard to Protect"; Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 26 (1998): 198-204

Text References

The Genetic Revolution: Ethical Issues

  1. Wexler, Nancy "Clairvoyance and Caution: Reprocussion from the Human Genome Project" In, The Code of Codes: Scientific and Social Issues in the Human Genome Project; edited by Daviel Kevles and LeRoy Hood. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1992; page 238
  2. Hoffmann, Diane E. and Eric Wulfsherg, "Testing Children for Genetic Predispositions: Is it in Their Best Interests?" The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics: Vol. 23-4, Winter 1995, pp331-34
  3. Greely, Henry T. "Health Insurance, Employment Discrimination and the Genetic Revolution" in Kevles and Hood, eds., The Code of Codes, op.cit., pp. 264-80
  4. New York Times Tuesday, April 1, 1997. Editorial Notebook by Philip M. Boffey.
  5. New York Times, Tuesday, February 25, 1997. Editorial

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