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May 31, 2007



Hypertension: What Oprah Doesn't Knowby Osagie K. ObasogieLos Angeles Times May 31st, 2007Though well-intentioned, Oprah Winfrey last month effectively lent her credibility, star power and billion-dollar brand to a dubious theory known as the "slavery hypothesis."
Experts Slam UK Decision to Allow Human-Animal Embryos, Relax RulesGenetic CrossroadsMay 31st, 2007The British government released its draft recommendations for overhauling regulation of assisted reproduction and embryo research. The most noticed change was the lifting of research prohibitions on creating several kinds of human-animal embryos.
The Latest from Biopolitical TimesGenetic CrossroadsMay 31st, 2007Check out a few recent posts from CGS' blog, Biopolitical Times. We invite you to add Biopolitical Times to your Internet routines, and to weigh in with your own contributions.
CGS NewsGenetic CrossroadsMay 31st, 2007Michael Sandel addressed a standing room-only crowd of more than 100 on his new book, The Case Against Perfection, at a CGS-sponsored symposium; Osagie Obasogie was published in Bioethics Forum, and more.
Other NewsGenetic CrossroadsMay 31st, 2007Sweden approves embryo screening to save dying siblings, Turning off gene makes mice smarter, Researchers engineer stem cells to make insulin, and more.

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