Biotechnology and Culture: Bodies, Anxieties, Ethics

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Biotechnology and culture : bodies, anxieties, ethics / edited by Paul E. Brodwin.
        p. cm.—(Theories of contemporary culture ; v. 25)
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    ISBN 0-253-33831-X (cl : alk. paper)—ISBN 0-253-21428-9 (pa : alk. paper)
        1. Biotechnology—Social aspects. I. Brodwin, Paul. II. Series.
    TP248.2.B55117 2000
    303.48’3—dc21                                                                      00-040970

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