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OUT OF PRINT : Life Sciences: Law and Ethics - Recent Developments in Singapore

OUT OF PRINT

An integral dimension of Singapore's recent advances in biomedical research is the public focus and debate on the legal, ethical and social aspects of such research. In this collection of essays, eminent experts from Singapore in the fields of moral philosophy and ethics, sociology, law and the life sciences expound on the latest developments in the area of biomedical science and research from the perspectives of law, ethics and social impact.

Contents
Chapter 1 Bioethics: The Singaporean Approach
Chapter 2 Biotechnology and Morality
Chapter 3 Biotechnology Patents: The Policy Perspective
Chapter 4 Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Prometheus Revisited
Chapter 5 Ethical Considerations in Human Stem Cell Research
Chapter 6 Medical, Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in Genetic Testing and Genetic Screening Programmes
Chapter 7 The Nature and Medical Implications of Human Genetic Information
Chapter 8 Human Research: On Balancing Potential and Privacy
Chapter 9 Genetic Counselling: Using Hereditary Cancer Syndrome as a Model
Chapter 10 Public Law Implications of Human Genetic Information
Chapter 11 Legal Implications of Paternity Testing
Chapter 12 Privacy in Biomedical Research: Re-Thinking the Role of Law and its Relationship with Ethics

Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s):

Terry Kaan and Edison T Liu (editors)

Delivery

Specification

Publication Type:

Books

CS Redeemable:

Yes

Date of Publication:

Dec 2006

ISBN Code:

981-05-7025-2

Depth:

1.00000

Width:

15.00000

Height:

24.00000

Shipping to SG:

FREE

Price(SGD):

32.10

Weight:

0.43300