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Genetic information and knowledge



Genetic information and knowledge



Revista de Derecho Y Genoma Humano 2000(11): 25-53



This presentation has a double aim of clarification: epistemological and ethical. The analysis mainly refers to the uses and representations of genetic knowledge regarding people or groups. The descriptive part is completed with ethical stands regarding the following issues: transindividual scope of genetic knowledge, the obligation to know and the right not to know, discrimination and solidarity, and appropriation of genetic knowledge.

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