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Americans Deeply Divided About Use of Genetic Technologies in Reproduction
(December 09, 2004)
First Detailed Survey Probes Public's Views about "Designer Babies"
Expert Panel Offers Preliminary Report On Health Effects Of Assisted Reproductive Technologies
(October 19, 2004)
Twenty-five years after the birth of the first IVF baby, there remain many unanswered questions about the health and well-being of babies born following IVF
October 4th Conference to Examine Issues in Race and Genetics
(September 20, 2004)
The Congressional Black Caucus and The Johns Hopkins University will host a meeting of African American leaders to examine issues in race and genetics.
Genetic Testing of Embryos to Pick "Savior Sibling" Okay with Most Americans
(May 03, 2004)
New Survey Explores Attitudes on Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)
New Report Presents Options for Oversight of Genetic Testing of Human Embryos
(January 08, 2004)
A new report by the Genetics and Public Policy Center at Johns Hopkins University outlines policy options to address the scientific and ethical challenges raised by genetic testing of human embryos.