Tip of ethical iceberg "just becoming apparent" in genetic research

Cairney, Richard
November 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/03/98, Vol. 159 Issue 9, p1160
Academic Journal
journal article
Reports on topics discussed at the Second International Conference on DNA Sampling, held in 1998 in Edmonton, Alberta. Ways in which genetic research will pose conflict of interest problems; Comments made by Douglas Kinsella, a member of the University of Calgary's Office of Medical Bioethics; How industry will become involved in genetic research.


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