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Gene therapy

Author: Roman Espejo
Publisher: San Diego : Greenhaven Press, ©2004.
Series: At issue (San Diego, Calif.)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Authors explore the benefits and risks involved in gene therapy research as well as the significant implications gene therapy will have on human health if it becomes an acceptable form of treatment.
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Genre/Form: Popular Works
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roman Espejo
ISBN: 0737722568 9780737722567 0737722576 9780737722574
OCLC Number: 54081572
Description: 74 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Gene therapy: an overview / Human Genome Management Information System --
Gene therapy will improve human health / Helen Phillips --
Gene therapy may only benefit the wealthy / Mohamed Larbi Bouguerra --
Gene therapy research has made significant advances / Josh P. Roberts --
The advances of gene therapy research have been exaggerated / Angela Ryan --
Germ line gene therapy will improve human health / James D. Watson and Andrew Berry --
Germ line gene therapy is dangerous to human health / Paul R. Billings, Ruth Hubbard, and Stuart A. Newman --
Germ line gene therapy should be a parental choice / Gregory E. Pence --
Germ line gene therapy should not be a parental choice / Bill McKibben --
Germ line gene therapy supports Christian values / Ted Peters --
In utero gene therapy is dangerous to human health / Stuart A. Newman.
Series Title: At issue (San Diego, Calif.)
Responsibility: Roman Espejo, book editor.

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Authors explore the benefits and risks involved in gene therapy research as well as the significant implications gene therapy will have on human health if it becomes an acceptable form of treatment.
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