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Genetic Technologies and the Law

Cases and Materials (Carolina Academic Press Law Casebook Series)

by Patricia C. Kuszler

  • 327 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Carolina Academic Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonfiction,
  • Science & Technology,
  • Law

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages1038
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11273921M
    ISBN 100890896216
    ISBN 109780890896211
    OCLC/WorldCa164432608

    Supreme Court cases reflect changing times. Suffolk University Law Review began in , the year of Loving ia, 1 a civil rights case that struck down state laws barring interracial marriage. In , the Court has before it cases to determine the validity of federal and state laws limiting same-sex marriages. 2 This piece looks at a different sector of the Court’s docket. Duke researchers examine how genetics and the law interact and shape each other. Both Duke Law School and Science & Society faculty study the privacy of genetic information and the ability to patent genes, which have been impacted by Congressional legislation and Supreme Court decisions, respectively.

      Integrating genomics into public health research, policy, and practice raises many of the same legal issues discussed throughout this book. Although the addition of a genetic component to these activities does not necessarily change the fundamental legal considerations, society invests enormous power in the concept of genetics. Get this from a library! A Guide to reproductive and genetic technologies: a selected bibliography of medical and legal writing: a report of the Task Force on the Law of Reproductive and Genetic Technology. [H Joseph Gitlin; American Bar Association. Task Force on the Law of Reproductive and Genetic Technology.;].

    Genetic Engineering Principles, Procedures and Consequences is primarily designed as a text book for undergraduate and post-graduate students studying genetic engineering in any discipline of life Author: Gurbachan Miglani. While one law exists (GINA, the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act) to prevent employers and health insurers from using one’s genetic testing results to discriminate against individuals, no laws explicitly regulate the use of consumers’ genetic data by DTCGT companies for genealogy matching and ethnic composition (Note: 23andMe’s.


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Genetic Technologies and the Law focuses on the legal implications and issues resulting from advances in genetic science and technology. Among the areas covered in depth are: legal issues arising in research and commercialization of genetic tests and products; the challenges and risks genetic information presents to established tenets of privacy; changing Author: Patricia C.

Kuszler, Kathryn Battuello, Sean O'Connor. Genetic Technologies and the Law focuses on the legal implications and issues resulting from advances in genetic science and technology. Among the areas covered in depth are: legal issues arising in research and commercialization of genetic tests and products; the challenges and risks genetic information presents to established tenets of privacy; changing concepts of Format: Casebound.

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