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The Social Implications of Bioengineering by Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim
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Very rapid developments have taken place in reproductive medicine, biology, and genetics in recent years and jointly, these technologies are making possible entirely new forms of intervention in the substance of human life. Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim sets out to uncover some of the unexamined social and ethical ramifications of these new reproductive and gene technologies.

Author Biography

Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim is Professor of Sociology at Friedrich-Alexander University, Germany. She was a member of the Working Group on Genetic Research at the German Federal Parliament's Legal Committee hearing on the Embryo Protection Law.
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September 1st, 1995
Country of Publication
United States
Prometheus Books
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