GENEWATCH
 
Volume 27 Issue 1-3
 
 
Volume 27 Issue 3
New Age of Human Genetic Engineering?
Sep-Nov 2014
 
Deceptive Labeling of Radical Embryo Construction Methods
By Stuart Newman
 
Providing Choices, Carefully
By CRG staff - interview with Paula Amato
 
The Patient Perspective
By CRG staff - interview with Sharon Shaw Reeder
 
Enabling Technology
By CRG staff - interview with Nita Farahany
 
Why Worry About Genetically Modified Babies?
By Marcy Darnovsky, Jessica Cussins
 
Manipulating Embryos, Manipulating Truth
By David King
 
Is Ooplasm Transfer Safe for the Offspring?
By Sheldon Krimsky
 
Overview: What Is Mitochondrial Disease?
By CRG Staff
 
Editor's Note
By Samuel W. Anderson
 
DEDICATION: Liebe F. Cavalieri
By CRG Staff
 
 
Volume 27 Issue 2
Ancestry & DNA
May-Jul 2014
 
Who You Really Are
By Robert Pollack, Patricia Williams
 
Mr. Murray, You Lose the Bet
By Rob DeSalle, Ian Tattersall
 
Troublesome Indeed: Jews, Genes & Intelligence
By Paul S. Appelbaum, Diana Muir Appelbaum
 
Wiindigo Incarnate: Consuming 'Native American DNA'
By Jessica Kolopenuk
 
Out of Many, One People: Genetic Ancestry in the Caribbean
By Jada Benn Torres
 
Rethinking 21st Century Racism on the Way Home
By Victoria Massie
 
Update: DNA Ancestry Company Accused of Sharing Personal Data
By CRG Staff
 
Update: Ecuador: Scientists Stole Blood Samples from Indigenous Group
By CRG Staff
 
Update: DeCODE Steps Up DNA Collection Efforts in Iceland
By CRG Staff
 
Editor's Note
By Samuel W. Anderson
 
 
Volume 27 Issue 1
Privacy in the Age of Genomics
Jan-Apr 2014
 
Bigger Than Us
By Patricia Williams
 
A Cipher for Your Genome
By CRG staff - interview with Kristin Lauter
 
Stranger Visions
By Heather Dewey-Hagborg
 
The Police Want Your DNA
By Jeremy Gruber
 
Gamete Donation (Strings Attached)
By Susannah Baruch
 
Genetic Privacy in Europe
By Helen Wallace
 
Very Big Brother
By Sunil Abraham
 
Baby DNA Warehousing
By Twila Brase
 
Student Essay: "I Still Want to Know"
By Juanita Rios
 
Editor's Note
By Samuel W. Anderson
 
 
Search: GeneWatch
 
 
 
For centuries, human societies have divided population groups into separate races. While there is no scientific basis for this, people unquestioningly accept these classifications as fact.
 
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Rapid developments in biotechnology over the last two decades have enabled corporations and scientists to alter nature's handiwork for commercial profit. The patent, a tool originally created to insure that inventors could share in the financial returns and benefits deriving from the use of their nventions, has become the primary mechanism through which the private sector advances its claims to ownership over genes, proteins, and entire organisms.
 
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