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Interview with Richard Hayes by Casey WalkerHuman Genetic Engineeringby Casey WalkerWild Duck ReviewMay 31st, 1999
Designer Babiesby Michael D. LemonickTimeJanuary 11th, 1999
Designer Babiesby Sharon BegleyNewsweekNovember 9th, 1998
SuperhumansLike it or not, in a few short years we'll have the power to control our own evolutionby Robert Taylor New ScientistOctober 1st, 1998
Germline Gene Therapy Contemplatedby Jeffrey FoxNature BiotechnologyMay 1st, 1998
Problems of Germline Therapyby Anne McLaren and Jonathan EwbankNatureApril 16th, 1998
Designer Peopleby Sally DeneenE MagazineThe Human Genetic Blueprint Has Been Drafted, Offering Both Perils and Opportunities for the Environment. The Big Question: Are We Changing the Nature of Nature?
Engineering the Human Germline Participants Following is a selection of notable statements made by participants at the 1998 Symposium, Engineering the Human Germline. All of these statements were taken from the Symposium Report (http://www.ess.ucla.edu/huge) or from Chapter II, "A Panel Discussion" in Engineering the Human Germline: An Exploration of the Science and Ethics of Altering the Genes We Pass to Our Children by Gregory Stock and John Campbell, eds., (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000).
Engineering the Human GermlineA one-day public symposium held on March 20, 1998 at the University of California at Los Angeles marked the effective beginning of the active campaign to promote the development and use of inheritable germline modification (IGM). The event, entitled Engineering the Human Germline, was organized by UCLA professors Gregory Stock and John Campbell.
Libertarian AdvocacyThe issues of cloning and techno-eugenics have motivated libertarian organizations and activists.
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