E 150 The Human Genome Project (2008)

What is the Human Genome Project (the HGP) and why does it matter? This remarkable study sets out lucidly the nature of the project and the key ethical issues that arise from it.

It outlines a Christian understanding of what it is to be human, and from this identifies some clear criteria by which developments in genetic engineering, including uses of the HGP, might be evaluated.
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Author: Mark Bratton

Mark Bratton is a former practising barrister and now Senior Chaplain at the University of Warwick and Area Dean of Coventry (South). He is also an honorary lecturer in Values-in-Medicine in the Medical School at the University of Warwick and has written on a range of topics within bioethics and medical law. He is married to Emma and has two children: a daughter called Katy, and a son called Theo.

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