Edited by Cornelis Van Dam
The Promise and Perils of Genetic Engineering
The possibilities of human ingenuity and scientific advances seem to be limitless in our day. Plants are genetically modified to produce food that meets predetermined criteria. Basic building blocks of life are being manipulated for healing diseases and improving health. However, the same basic techniques are used to produce cloned animals and there is much talk about doing the same with humans. Such scientific activities raise many questions.
Soft Cover, 112 pages
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Topic Ethics Author Edited by Cornelis Van Dam Book Type Paperback ISBN 0887560822 Standard Product ID (Enter ISBN) N/A Number of Pages 112 Publication Date (YYYY) 2002