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IPR, Biosafety and Bioethics by Shomini Parashar, Deepa Goel

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Introduction to Bioethics

Chapter Objectives:

Biotechnology applications have many concerns that are not necessarily scientific. There are numerous ethical, legal and social implications of biotechnology and other biosciences. There has been strong pressure to regulate the technology to address these concerns. This chapter deals with the ethical, legal, social, philosophical issues pertaining to biological research, medicine, health care and other areas of biotechnology. Students would be knowing about different theories and approaches to bioethics and its associated conflicts with GMO. They will know about how human cloning is surrounded by different bioethical issues. This chapter gives the insight of different perceptions about consumer ...

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