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Statement of Kathy Hudson, Ph.D Re: New Research on Derivation of Embryonic Stem Cells
(Genetics and Public Policy Center, 2005-09-16)
Regulating reproductive genetics: A review of American bioethics commissions and comparison to the British Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority
(Genetics and Public Policy Center, 2005-08-25)
Many people are now advocating expanded government regulation of research and clinical use of reproductive technologies. Although many of these technologies have been in use or anticipated for more than twenty-five years, ...
Center director Kathy Hudson testifies before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce, Subcommittee on Employer-Employee Relations
(Genetics and Public Policy Center, 2004-07-22)
Reproduction, genetics and the law
(Genetics and Public Policy Center, 2005-06)
Both reproductive medicine and genetics are seeing rapid, and in some instances, revolutionary medical and scientific advances. Courts have been called upon to resolve a variety of novel disputes arising from these areas, ...
Regulatory approaches to reproductive testing
(Genetics and Public Policy Center, 2004-09-23)
This report analyses the ethical and legal aspects of reproductive genetic testing in 11 countries (Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, India, Israel, Japan, The Netherlands, Switzerland and the UK). The legal ...
Reproductive genetics: Conceiving new wrongs?
(Genetics and Public Policy Center, 2005)
Genetic testing ought to make it easier for couples to make informed reproductive choices. But when mistakes occur, or communication falters, lawsuits soon follow.
At-Home DNA Tests: Marketing Scam or Medical Breakthrough
(Genetics and Public Policy Center, 2006-07-27)
Embryo Biopsy for Stem Cells: Trading Old Problems for New
(Genetics and Public Policy Center, 2006)
Embryo biopsy for stem cells: trading old problems for new.