Is Genome Sequencing Surpassing Medical Knowledge? Hank Greely on Science Friday, NPR October 29, 2010
The "Me" in Medicine: Personalizing Treatments Fall 2010
Genome is out of the Bag. Now what?
Wired up. Health? Theres and App for that!
Will breast Cander meet its match?
Reading between the genes. Look who's boss.
Test questions. Consumer genomics enters the classroom.
Advantages & Issues of Genome Diagnoses
Nature versus Nuture Our genes and cancer
What is immoral about eugenics?
Genomics and Society
Genomic Privacy July 12, 2002
Discrimination is Good
DNA Sequencing FAST
Genome Analysis Shows Humans Survive on Low Numbers of Genes (Nicholas Wade 2001)
Genome's Riddle: Few Genes, Much Complexity (Nicholas Wade 2001)
Grad Student Becomes Gene Effort's Unlikely Hero (Nicholas Wade 2001)
Genome shows Evolution Has an Eye for Hyperbole (Natalie Angier 2001)
Double Helix With a Twist (Andrew Pollack 2001)
Estonian Genome Project
Estonian Genome Project Slides
Estonian Gene Donor Consent Form
Stem Cell Policy Issues
AAAS Policy on Human Cloning and Stem Cell Research
American Pregnancy Association: In Vitro Fertilization
Cancer Stem Cells
Dignitas Personai: The Catholic View
French Academy of Science - Stem Cell Pollicy
Genetics Policy Institute
Stem Cells and Cancer - The Economist
Stem Cell Ethics and Policy at Stanford
Stanford Magazines Review of Stem Cell Research Debate 2003
Proposition 71 and Stem Cell Article from San Francisco Magazine
A Bioethics Agenda by Eric Cohen
Leon Kass Response to Eric Cohen
Cloning Logjam at the United Nations
UN Backs Human Cloning Ban
Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act 2007 (HB 493) Seven page summary
Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act 2007 (HB 493) Library of Congress
Michael J. Sandel The Case Against Perfection
Michael J. Sandel on Forum with Michael Krasny May 7, 2007
Laws Restricting Health Insurers' Use of Genetic Information: Impact on Genetic Discrimination by Mark A. Hall and Stephen S. Rich, American Journal of Human Genetics 66:293-307 (2000).
Genetic Privacy Laws and Patients' Fear of Discrimination by Health Insurers: The View from Genetic Counselors by Mark A. Hall and Stephen S. Rich Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 28:245-257 (2000).
Legal, Ethical and Social Issues in Human Genome Research by Henry T. Greely, Annual Review of Anthropology 27, 473-503 (1998).
Genotype Discrimination: The complex case for some legislative protection. Henry T. Greely. 149 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1483 (May 2001)
Genetic Testing for BRCA1 and BRCA2: Recommendations of the Stanford Program in Genomics, Ethics and Society, by Barbara Koenig et al., Journal of Women’s Health 7(5) 531-545 (1998).
Genetic Testing for Cancer Susceptibility: Challenges for Creators of Practise Guidelines, Henry T. Greely NCCN Proceedings, Oncology 11(A) 171-176 (1997).
Gene tests bring agonizing choices by Richard Willing, USA Today April 23, 2001. (Note: You may need to print this article for better readability.)
Recent Reviews on Ethics and Genomics