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by Nikola Biller-Andorno,Alexander M. Capron,Bernice Elger

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Nikola Biller-Andorno,Alexander M. Capron,Bernice Elger
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Bernice Elger is Professor, Institut Universitaire Romand de Medecine Legale Universite de Geneve, and Internist at the University Hospital of Geneva. Nikola Biller-Andorno is Professor of Biomedical Ethics, University of Zurich

Bernice Elger is Professor, Institut Universitaire Romand de Medecine Legale Universite de Geneve, and Internist at the University Hospital of Geneva. Nikola Biller-Andorno is Professor of Biomedical Ethics, University of Zurich. Alex Mauron is Professor of Bioethics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva. He is a member of the Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences, the Swiss National Advisory Commission on Biomedical Ethics, and the Swiss Science and Technology Council.

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Ethical Issues in Governing Biobanks: Global Perspectives Bernice Elger, Nikola Biller-Andorno, Alexandre Mauron, and Alexander . apron Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2010. ANNEMIEK NELIS 1. Introduction On the basis of the title of this book, I expected something other then what I found inside. Chapter four, for example, written by Bernice Elger, uses scenarios A and D to discuss questions regarding the use of samples, in particular the type of consent that is necessary.

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ByNikola Biller-Andorno, Alexander M. Capron. Elger, B. (E., Biller-Andorno, . Capron, A. (2008). Managing this information in an appropriate way is a highly complex ethical issue in the health policy arena. Ethical Issues in Governing Biobanks.

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Nikola Biller-Andorno, Alexander M. Capron, Bernice Elger. Ruth Chadwick, Cardiff University, UK 'Ethical Issues in Governing Biobanks provides valuable evidence of widespread academic concern about ethical issues associated with biobanks. Journal of the American Medical Association ' book provides a comprehensive overview of unresolved ethical disputes in the literature and of conflicting national and international guidelines.

Alexander M Capron, Alexandre Mauron, +3 authors Nikola Biller-Andorno. Ethical issues in governing biobanks: Global Perspectives. This article highlights major results of a study into the ethical norms and rules governing biobanks.

Population genomics research drawing on genetic databases has expanded rapidly, with some of this information being combined in 'biobanks'. Managing this information in an appropriate way is a highly complex ethical issue in the health policy arena. This book combines theoretical and empirical research to analyze the areas of conflict and consensus in the regulatory and ethical frameworks that have been developed to govern biobanks. Ethicists from the Department of Ethics, Trade, Human Rights and Health Law (ETH) of the World Health Organization, the Institute of Biomedical Ethics of Geneva University and the Institute of Biomedical Ethics of the University of Zurich, with the support of the Geneva International Academic Network (GIAN), examine the conditions under which genetic databases can be established, kept, and made use of in an ethically acceptable way. In addition to a comprehensive review of the scientific literature and a comparative analysis of existing normative frameworks, they present the results of in-depth interviews with experts around the world concerning the most unresolved and controversial issues. The results of that study, combined with their normative analysis, leads to recommendations for a better international framework.