Stopping animal biotech in U.S. won't stop it elsewhere, BIO told
Monday May 10 2010
Volume: 52 Issue: 09
Americans and Europeans may be queasy about animal biotechnology, but stopping it in the United States won't stop it elsewhere in the world, Margaret "Mimi" Foster-Riley, who teaches ethics at the University of Virginia Law School, told a breakout session on the ethics of bioengineered animals at the Biotechnology Industry Organization convention in Chicago, last week (see Page 1).
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