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Embryo Screening and the Ethics of Human Genetic Engineering[Quotes CGS's Richard Hayes]by Leslie A. PrayIndian DefenceApril 8th, 2014In April 2008, Ronald M. Green published his case in support of the genetic engineering of embryos; Richard Hayes rebutted, warning of a "neo-eugenic future" and "the danger of genetic misuse."
FDA to Hold First Public Hearing on GM Babies[Quotes CGS's Richard Hayes and Jessica Cussins]by Rady AnandaActivist PostSeptember 16th, 2013Next month, the US Food and Drug Administration will hold a two-day public meeting to discuss genetic modification within the human egg, changes which will be passed on generationally.
UCal Berkeley Pulls Back Freshman Gene Tests[Quotes CGS's Richard Hayes and Jesse Reynolds]GenomeWebAugust 13th, 2010The University of California at Berkeley will significantly modify its plan to run genetic tests on 5,000 incoming freshmen
Designer Babies: Ethical? Inevitable?Quotes CGS's Richard Hayesby Robert Roy Britt, Editorial DirectorLiveScienceJanuary 11th, 2009
Immortality 2.0: A Silicon Valley insider looks at California's Transhumanist movement[Cites CGS's Richard Hayes]by David GellesThe FuturistJanuary 1st, 2009A look at the thoughts, history, and current condition of transhumanist advocacy.
Designer babies: Creating the perfect child[Quotes CGS's Richard Hayes]by Mike SteereCNNOctober 30th, 2008The Center for Genetics and Society is trying to encourage debate on the topic of genetic selection as soon as possible. Executive director of the organization, Richard Hayes, told CNN that in most countries, the public is missing out on taking part in the debate.
Inequality and Human Genetics[Letter to the editor]by Richard HayesThe New York TimesSeptember 16th, 2008The genetic modification of our children is a practice that conservatives and liberals alike should be able to agree poses far more risks than benefits, and should be taken off the table as an option.
The Modified Man[Quotes CGS's Richard Hayes]by Carl T. HallCaliforniaJuly 3rd, 2008Genetically souped-up athletes? Not a good idea, for reasons that go the heart of sports and beyond, says CGS's Richard Hayes.
House Panel Discusses International Limits On Gene Study to Prevent Competitive Abuse[Quotes CGS's Richard Hayes]The Bureau of National AffairsJune 21st, 2008An international consensus on this research and its application must be achieved, panelists told a House subcommittee on terrorism.
Cloning Critics Split [PDF][Quotes CGS's Richard Hayes]by Neil MunroNational JournalFebruary 2nd, 2008Concern about cloning animals doesn't overlap with stances on human cloning.
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