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Ethics and the business of biotechnology

Australasian Biotechnology 3(5): 275-277
Ethics and the business of biotechnology
This article is a discussion of public concerns about biotechnology, the need to reconcile profitability and responsibility to the community, and the possibilities of self-regulation by the industry.

Accession: 002373655

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