March 17, 2009
The Bioethics Council closed its doors yesterday without much more than a murmur or two of disquiet from the public.
Announcing it had been disestablished, the council tried to emphasise its importance by saying that since its inception in 2002, it had issued “major reports” on Pre-Birth Testing, Animal-to-Human Transplantation, and the Use of Human Genes in Other Organisms.
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