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Redesigning Life?: The Worldwide Challenge…

Redesigning Life?: The Worldwide Challenge to Genetic Engineering

by Brian Tokar (Editor)

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In today's world genetic engineering, animal cloning and new reproductive technologies are being promoted as the keys to a brighter future. But plenty of farmers, scientists, and concerned citizens disagree. Growing evidence shows that genetically engineered foods are hazardous to our health and the environment. Animal cloning and human genetic engineering raise troubling ethical questions. This book examines the hidden hazards, and controversy, of these new genetic technologies.
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Twenty-six internationally respected critics offer a global examination of the hidden hazards of genetic technologies and the emergence of worldwide resistance to them.

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Zed Books

2 editions of this book were published by Zed Books.

Editions: 1856498352, 1856498344

McGill-Queen's University Press

2 editions of this book were published by McGill-Queen's University Press.

Editions: 0773521437, 0773521445

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