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Promoting the Civil Rights of Children Born With Variations of Sex AnatomyAdvocates for Informed ChoiceFebruary 6th, 2013The UN Special Rapporteur on Torture calls upon all States to repeal any law allowing intrusive and irreversible treatments, including forced genital-normalizing surgery, involuntary sterilization, and unethical experimentation.
How Soon Is Now? Prenatal Tests Racing from Theory to Practice by Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesFebruary 5th, 2013The rapid development and deployment of non-invasive prenatal genetic tests may be outstripping the ability of society to respond to them.
Scientists Use 3-D Printer to Speed Human Embryonic Stem Cell Researchby Larry GreenemeierScientific AmericanFebruary 4th, 2013A team of scientists reports a breakthrough in 3-D printing using human embryonic stem cells that could purportedly lead to life-like bioengineered tissue and, eventually, artificial organs tailor-made for specific patients.
Arrivederci, GINAby Alex PhilippidisGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsFebruary 4th, 2013A new study demonstrates that individuals can be identified based on personal genetic material they submitted for research.
Neanderthal Clone Poll Finds Most Americans Oppose Cloning Human Relative by Emily SwansonHuffington PostJanuary 30th, 2013Most Americans are opposed to allowing any scientist to attempt such a feat - with or without a human surrogate.
Controversial Stem-Cell Company Moves Treatment Out of the United StatesCelltex to send patients to Mexico.by David CyranoskiNatureJanuary 30th, 2013Celltex Therapeutics will now follow in the footsteps of many other companies offering unproven stem-cell therapies and send its patients abroad for treatment.
Hilary Rose: The Problem with the Bioscience Industry – Videoby Hilary RoseThe GuardianJanuary 30th, 2013Hilary Rose, co-author of Genes, Cells and Brains, argues that we should treat the medical claims made for genetic research with suspicion.
The True Immoral Acts Behind The First "Test Tube Baby"by Peter UbelForbesJanuary 28th, 2013Louise Brown’s doctors never told her mother that IVF was a brand new procedure.
Biotech Firms, Billions at Risk, Lobby States to Limit Genericsby Andrew PollackThe New York TimesJanuary 28th, 2013Some of the nation’s biggest biotechnology companies are lobbying intensively to limit generic competition to their blockbuster drugs, potentially cutting into the billions of dollars in savings on drug costs contemplated in the federal health care overhaul law.
3 Years After Inception, a DNA Technique Yields Little Success for the Policeby Joseph Goldstein and J. David GoodmanThe New York TimesJanuary 27th, 2013The process of turning crime-scene DNA into a family tree of possible leads has been quietly undertaken in more than two dozen cases in New York City since 2009, but there have as yet been no cases solved due to a lead generated by a "family search."
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