The problem with the bioscience industry (video)

The following is an excerpt.

Hilary Rose, co-author of Genes, Cells and Brains, argues that we should treat the medical claims made for genetic research with suspicion, and that there should be an open debate about whether we want to push ahead with a programme of eugenics. She goes on to question the way in which women’s bodies are mined in order to get material for research

View the original article and video here: Hilary Rose: the problem with the bioscience industry – video

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