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Grumbler popa0206 at po-box.mcgill.ca
Wed Jul 12 18:06:12 EST 1995

In article <3tvlpp$kn0 at apollo.it.luc.edu>,
   vpereir at orion.it.luc.edu (Valerie Pereira) wrote:
>	Can anyone suggest any books on genetic engineering which is not 
>to heavily bogged down with jargon?  I am looking for books which 
>question the ethical and moral issues surrounding this science, trace the 
>origins, and provide information on future uses.  
>Thank you,
>Nico Demonte

If you can get the first three issues of the Journal: "Human Gene Therapy"
They are full of information on ethics and legal issues in regard to gene therapy.
I think it is 1990 or 89 can't remember... just go to Issue no# 1


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