- The Moral, Social, and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Testing and Screening[electronic resource] :The Australian Case / edited by Michela Betta.
- Betta, Michela., editor.
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- XVI, 270 p. : online resource.
- International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine,1567-8008 ; 30
- Positioning -- From Destiny to Freedom? On Human Nature and Liberal Eugenics in the Age of Genetic Manipulation -- Diagnostic Knowledge in the Genetic Economy and Commerce -- The Australian Case -- Body Talk: Genetic Screening as a Device of Crime Regulation -- Genetic Testing and Human Genetic Databases -- The Imperative of the "New Genetics": Challenges for Ethics, Law, and Social Policy -- Insurance and Genetics: Regulating a Private Market in the Public Interest -- The Social Imperative for Community Genetic Screening: An Australian Perspective -- Genetically Transformed Healthcare: Healthy Children and Parents -- The Australian Law Reform Inquiry into Genetic Commission Testing - A Worker's Perspective -- Genetic Information and the Australian Labour Movement -- Protecting the Vulnerable: Genetic Testing and Screening for Parentage, Immigration, and Aboriginality -- Essentially Whose? Genetic Testing and the Ownership of Genetic Information -- Future Perspective -- Self-Knowledge and Self-Care in the Age of Genetic Manipulation -- Conclusion -- Conclusion.
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