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Regulating Human Embryonic Stem Cell In China

Author : Li Jiang
ISBN : 9789811021015
Genre : Law
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The general scope of the book is the patentability and morality of human embryonic stem cell research in US, EU and China. The book observes fraudsters operate unsafe human embryonic stem cell therapies and officialdom turns a blind eye to the immoral human embryonic stem cell research in China. The book highlights that both patent control and federal funding control are inefficient and ineffective way to monitoring human embryonic stem cell research. The book finally proposed an approach for china to regulating human embryonic stem cell research-regulating research itself at the reconciled international regime. The potential reader includes academics and practitioners dealing with intellectual property, patent law and stem cell inventions. The topic discussed will also be interesting to a broad readership, including experts, regulators, policy makers and medical researchers in both ethical and legal disciplines in the field of embryonic stem cell research.

Contested Cells

Author : Benjamin J Capps
ISBN : 9781908978295
Genre : Medical
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This book represents the coming together of a number of internationally renowned scholars from science, philosophy, law and social science. Each author presents a distinctive and critical account of the current ethical, social and jurisprudential issues concerning stem cell science: together covering both its research beginnings, and the future translation into the clinical setting. Original to this volume is an emphasis on the inter-state implications of developments in stem cell science from the perspective of a truly global collaboration of leading authors. Academics and policy-makers will find it an invaluable contribution to the socio-political and ethical discourse of stem cell science. Contents: A Case Study of Experimental Stem Cell Therapy and the Risks of Over-Regulation (A Hollander)Stem Cell Technology: From Research Regulation to Clinical Applications (D Chalmers)Legal Imperialism in the Regulation of Stem Cell Research and Therapy: The Problem of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (D Cutas & C Munthe)Governing Cloning: United Nations’ Debates and the Institutional Context of Standards (W C Ho)Sociological Reflections on Ethics, Embryonic Stem Cells and Translational Research (C Williams & S Wainwright)Rhetoric, Power and Legitimacy in Public Discourse: A Critical Analysis of the Public Debate Surrounding the Review of Embryo Research and Cloning Legislation in Australia in 2005 (T Lysaght & I Kerridge)New Developments in Stem Cell Science: iPS Cells and the Challenge to Consent (J Mackenney & B Capps)‘Reasonable Suffering’: The Application of Stem Cell Technologies to Non-Human Animals (J Yeates)Ontological Status of Human–Non-Human Embryonic Chimeras (J Kuře)Religion, Civic Virtue and the Stem Cell Debate (C L Teoh)Rejuvenated Federalism: State-Based Stem Cell Research Policy (G Lomax)Hybrid Embryos — Ethics, Law and Rhetoric in the United Kingdom's Stem Cell Policy (N Hammond-Browning & S Holm)Stem Cell Research and Its Clinical Application in China: Interactions Between Science, Ethics and Society (R-Z Qiu & X-M Zhai)Neither a ‘Person’ Not a ‘Thing’: The Controversy Concerning the Moral and Legal Status of Human Embryos in Japan (S Kodama & A Akabayashi)A Tale of Two Countries: Czech and Slovak Stem Cell Biopolicies (P Sýkora) Readership: Academics, lawyers, policymakers, students and lay public. Keywords:Stem Cell;Status of Embryonic and Embryo Research;Chimera and Hybrid;Medical Ethics;Bioethics;National and International Biotechnology Regulatory Policies;Translational Medical ResearchKey Features:Contributions from a team of leading academic expertsCovers a wide array of disciplines: with original contributions focusing on the technological, legal, social and ethical aspects of stem cell scienceA unique collection of international perspectives on developments in stem cell science

Human Cloning And Embryonic Stem Cell Research After Seoul

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ISBN : PURD:32754075476485
Genre : Embryonic stem cells
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Asian Biotech

Author : Aihwa Ong
ISBN : 9780822393207
Genre : Social Science
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Providing the first overview of Asia’s emerging biosciences landscape, this timely and important collection brings together ethnographic case studies on biotech endeavors such as genetically modified foods in China, clinical trials in India, blood collection in Singapore and China, and stem-cell research in Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. While biotech policies and projects vary by country, the contributors identify a significant trend toward state entrepreneurialism in biotechnology, and they highlight the ways that political thinking and ethical reasoning are converging around the biosciences. As ascendant nations in a region of postcolonial emergence, with an “uncanny surplus” in population and pandemics, Asian countries treat their populations as sources of opportunity and risk. Biotech enterprises are allied to efforts to overcome past humiliations and restore national identity and political ambition, and they are legitimized as solutions to national anxieties about food supplies, diseases, epidemics, and unknown biological crises in the future. Biotechnological responses to perceived risks stir deep feelings about shared fate, and they crystallize new ethical configurations, often re-inscribing traditional beliefs about ethnicity, nation, and race. As many of the essays in this collection illustrate, state involvement in biotech initiatives is driving the emergence of “biosovereignty,” an increasing pressure for state control over biological resources, commercial health products, corporate behavior, and genetic based-identities. Asian Biotech offers much-needed analysis of the interplay among biotechnologies, economic growth, biosecurity, and ethical practices in Asia. Contributors Vincanne Adams Nancy N. Chen Stefan Ecks Kathleen Erwin Phuoc V. Le Jennifer Liu Aihwa Ong Margaret Sleeboom-Faulkner Kaushik Sunder Rajan Wen-Ching Sung Charis Thompson Ara Wilson

Government Proposals For The Regulation Of Hybrid And Chimera Embryos

Author : Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Science and Technology Committee
ISBN : 0215033531
Genre : Great Britain
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Science Public Policy

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ISBN : UCSD:31822036002293
Genre : Research
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The Family Medical Decision Making And Biotechnology

Author : Shui Chuen Lee
ISBN : 9781402052200
Genre : Medical
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This book examines the implications of Confucian moral and ontological understandings for medical decision-making, human embryonic stem cell research, and health care financing. The book reveals East Asian attitudes on the moral status of human embryos and the morality of embryonic stem cell research that are quite different from Christian and Muslim cultural perspectives. The book also discusses how Confucian cultural resources can help meet the challenges of health care financing.

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