Bioethics by Donna Dickenson: A review


Donna Dickenson, Emeritus Professor of Medical Ethics and Humanities at the University of London, has written a highly accessible guide to the ethical implications of biotechnology. It delves into  questions about the limits of science, the problems raised by the patenting of genes, the role of the profit motive in medicine and the injustices spawned by reproductive technologies.

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View the original article here: Review: Bioethics: All That Matters by Donna Dickenson

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