A New Edition of The New Bioethics Is Now Available

October 12, 2017

The New Bioethics (vol. 23, no. 1, 2017) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “The Promise and the Hype of ‘Personalised Medicine’” by Tim Maughan
  • “Personalised Medicine Approaches to Screening and Prevention” by Kezia Gaitskell
  • “Personalised Medicine and the Economy of Biotechnological Promise” by Steve Sturdy
  • “The Human Dimension: Putting the Person into Personalised Medicine” by Rob Horne
  • “Risk and Benefit in Personalised Medicine: An End User View” by Alastair Kent
  • “Self-Knowledge and Risk in Stratified Medicine” by Joshua Hordern
  • “From Rosalind Franklin to Barack Obama: Data Sharing Challenges and
    Solutions in Genomics and Personalised Medicine” by Mark Lawler and Tim Maughan
  • “Your DNA, Your Say” by Anna Middleton
  • “Data Sharing and the Idea of Ownership” by Jonathan Montgomery
  • “Equity and Value in ‘Precision Medicine’” by Muir Gray, Tyra Lagerberg, and Viktor Dombrádi
  • “Economics of Cancer Medicines: For Whose Benefit?” by Bishal Gyawali and Richard Sullivan

 

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