Essential Readings?

If you had to pick one or two absolutely essential readings to prepare for this meeting, which would you recommend?

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Bioethics Research Manager, Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics
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2 Responses to Essential Readings?

  1. hinxtongroup says:

    (from Dianne Nicol)
    Winickoff DE, Saha K, Graff GD (2009), Opening stem cell research and development: a policy proposal for the management of data, intellectual property, and ethics.
    (https://hinxtongroup.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/winickoff_yale-j-health-policy-law-ethics_2009.pdf)

    Eisenberg RS, Rai AK (2006), Harnessing and Sharing the Benefits of State-Sponsored Research: Intellectual Property Rights and Data Sharing in California’s Stem Cell Initiative.
    (https://hinxtongroup.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/eisenberg_berkeley-tech-law-journal_20061.pdf)

  2. hinxtongroup says:

    Also – new article in this week’s Nature. “The long shadow of the stem-cell ruling”. Two months on from the court decision that briefly suspended US federal funding for human embryonic stem-cell research, uncertainty still stalks the field. Here an ethicist, a team of bankers and a lawyer warn of effects of this saga that could be felt for years to come.
    https://hinxtongroup.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/nature_stemcellruling_2010.pdf

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