Reprogenetics and Public Policy: Reflections and Recommendations

This report discusses how new techniques at the intersection of reproductive medicine and genetics raise complex ethical questions that should not be resolved by a largely unregulated market. Rather, they demand policies that have been publicly and transparently developed. Download this report for free here.

 

 

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