Genética y bioética: el estado actual de las cosas

  • Erin D Williams, J.D.
Palabras clave: Bioética Global, comunidades, sostenible

Resumen

Con el fi n de ayudar a la Bioética Global a integrarse completamente a la genética, la ciencia, y a una amplia gama de disciplinas, es necesario buscar un terreno común entre una y otras. Las extensas nociones colectivas, expresadas por la Bioética Global prometen apelar y beneficiarse de las entradas de una variedad de comunidades. No mucha gente está dispuesta a oponerse a la llamada de crear un futuro sostenible, es más, diferentes comunidades tendrán probablemente sus propias ideas de cómo el llamado se les aplica a ellos.

Biografía del autor/a

Erin D Williams, J.D.

Executive Director Foundation for Genetic Medicine, Inc. Assistant Professor, Law, Policy & Ethics School of Computational Sciences, George Mason University. 

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Biografía del autor/a

Erin D Williams, J.D.

Executive Director Foundation for Genetic Medicine, Inc. Assistant Professor, Law, Policy & Ethics School of Computational Sciences, George Mason University. 

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• Text and further information available from Peter J. Whitehouse MD-PhD, Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry, Neuroscience, Psychology, Nursing, Organizational Behavior and Biomedical Ethics; Case Western Reserve University; Attending Physician, University Hospitals of Cleveland; Rm. 357C; Fairhill Center for Aging; 12200 Fairhill Road; Cleveland, Ohio 44120; 216-844-6448; 216-844-6466 (Fax) pjw3@po.cwru.edu.

Cómo citar
Williams, J.D., E. D. (2015). Genética y bioética: el estado actual de las cosas. Revista Latinoamericana De Bioética, 7(13), 106-117. https://doi.org/10.18359/rlbi.1131
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2015-10-05
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