Genetic Privacy: A Challenge to Medico-Legal Norms

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INDEX
abortion, 18, 29, 73, 169, 170, 198, 199
Huntington's disease and, 200
Advisory Committee on Genetic Testing, code of practice, 262
AIDS, 10, 17, 60, 218, 256, 306
Alper, J. S., 132–3
Andrews, L. B., 325
Annas, G. J., 79, 105, 274, 276
anonymity, data samples and, 290, 293–6
armed forces, genetic testing of military personnel, 179, 260
assisted suicide, prohibition on, 19
Association of British Insurers, 131, 133, 136, 137, 139, 140, 260
Baldwin-Edwards, M., 173
Bell, George Joseph, 316
Benn, S. I., 2n, 4, 8n, 9n, 30, 50–4, 55
Berlin, I., 83
Beyleveld, D., 226
biotechnological inventions
gift of human bodyparts and, 314, 315
patent protection for, 305–308
profit-making, objections to, 306, 314, 315, 318, 319, 321–3
Bloustein, E. J., 49
body
cult of, 11–3
propertyrights in, 19, 301, 304, 315–9
body parts, donation, legal status of, 312–5
Brandeis, L. D., 2n, 70, 245
British Human Genetics Advisory Commission, 133–4, 154, 157
Burrows, N., 33, 34
Calcutt Committee, recommendations of, 66, 67
Calman, K. C., 186n, 187, 188
Canavan Register, 322, 323
Cardozo, Benjamin, 190, 191
Charlesworth, H., 33, 34
Clinton, Bill (US president), 159, 237
communitarianism, 48, 281, 281–3, 282
Israeli legislative provisions embodying, 283–6
compulsoryvaccination, 18
confidential information
disclosure,
available defences, 229, 230
familymembers, to, 239–43
public interest in, 218–23, 230, 231
legal status of, 216–8
ownership of, 216
confidentiality
conceptual underpinnings, 212–18
exceptions to, 257
informational privacyprotection, 244, 255
protection for privacyand, 246–51, 255, 256
spatial privacyprotection, 239–43
US Privacy Standard, 237, 238, 260, 274
Confucianism, 48
consent
data processing of genetic information, 253–5
donated bodyparts, biotechnological inventions and, 314, 315
inherent jurisdiction of court and, 192, 193
medical treatment, 190, 191, 193, 194
myth of, ethical panacea, 205–8
contraception, 71–3
Cook-Degan, R. M., 134
copyright, 302, 325
Council of Europe Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine, 88n, 127, 211, 299, 304, 326
criminality, genetic determinism, 97, 174–6

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Table of Cases xii
  • Table of Legislation xviii
  • International Instruments xxi
  • Miscellaneous Documents xxiii
  • 1 - Health Care, Patient Rights and Privacy 1
  • 2 - Privacy: Anti-Social Concept or Fundamental Right? 28
  • 3 - Human Genetics and Genetic Privacy 86
  • 4 - Autonomy, Confidentiality and Privacy 182
  • 5 - Privacyand the Public Interest 245
  • 6 - Privacy and Property? 299
  • Index 329
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