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100 1 $aMcCabe, Linda L.
245 10$aDNA :$bpromise and peril /$cLinda L. McCabe and Edward R.B. McCabe ; with a foreword by Victor A. McKusick.
260   $aBerkeley :$bUniversity of California Press,$cc2008.
300   $axv, 339 p. :$bill. ;$c24 cm.
504   $aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 291-327) and index.
505 0 $aDNA sequence does not equal destiny -- What is genomics? -- Genetic determinism -- The evolution and deconstruction of human-centered biology -- Race and ethnicity : your history is written in your genes -- Gender as a spectrum, not a dichotomy -- Genome-based forensics -- When genes belong to groups and not individuals -- Genes as commodities : ownership of genes by business interests -- Protection against genetic discrimination : the new civil right -- Reproductive technologies : on the road to designer babies? -- Reproductive cloning : from farm animals to pets to humans? -- Therapeutic cloning and regenerative medicine -- Gene therapy : can the promise be fulfilled? -- Large population assessments : the foundation for genomic medicine -- Hidden destiny : unbounded by your DNA.
650  0$aMedical genetics$xMoral and ethical aspects.
650  0$aGenetic engineering$xMoral and ethical aspects.
650 12$aGenetics, Medical$xethics.
650 22$aGenetic Engineering$xethics.
650 22$aGenomics$xethics.
700 1 $aMcCabe, Edward R. B.
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