Mapping and Matching DNA: Several Legal Complications of ‘Accurate’ Classifications
29 Pages Posted: 25 Jan 2010
Date Written: September 1, 1994
The issues of too much generalization and overly intrusive particularization cannot be put to rest. The tragic history of eugenics also casts a long shadow over contemporary claims regarding new knowledge about human genetics, to say nothing of the tragic relevance to the current beginnings of our ability to manipulate human genetics directly.
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