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Birth of the Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights
Available free of charge from the Bioethics Section. This work retraces the various stages in the conception, development and formulation of the successive versions of the Declaration, while responding to the expectations of States and incorporating the findings of the consultation carried out among scientists, philosophers, lawyers, international intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations and associations representative of society in all its diversity.

Author(s) Division of the Ethics of Science and Technology, UNESCO
Book Type Softcover
Publication Date 1999-07-04 1:35 pm
Publisher UNESCO
Number of Pages 165 pp
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