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Human Germline Genome Modification and the Right to Science
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1. Introduction Andrea Boggio,Cesare P. R. Romano and Jessica Almqvist; 2. The governance of human (germline) genome modification at the international and transnational level; Part I. North America: 3. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Canada Erika Kleiderman; 4. The regulation of human germline genome modification in the United States Kerry Lynn Macintosh; 5. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Mexico Maria de Jesus Medina Arellano; Part II. Europe: 6. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Europe Jessica Almqvist and Cesare P. R. Romano; 7. The regulation of human germline genome modification in the United Kingdom James Lawford Davies; 8. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Germany Timo Faltus; 9. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Belgium Guido Pennings; 10. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Sweden Santa Slokenberga and Heidi Carmen Howard; 11. The regulation of human germline genome modification in the Netherlands Britta van Beers, Charlotte de Kluiver and Rick Maas; 12. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Italy Ludovica Poli; 13. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Spain Inigo de Miguel Beriain and Carlos Maria Romeo Casabona; 14. The regulation of human germline genome modification in France Alessandro Blasimme, Dorothee Caminiti and Effy Vayena; 15. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Switzerland Alessandro Blasimme, Dorothee Caminiti and Effy Vayena; Part III. Asia: 16. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Japan Tetsuya Ishii; 17. The regulation of human germline genome modification in The People's Republic of China Lingqiao Song and Rosario Isasi; 18. The regulation of human germline genome modification in The Republic of Korea Hannah Kim and Yann Joly; 19. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Singapore Calvin W. L. Ho; Part IV. Other OECD Countries: 20. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Australia Dianne Nicol; 21. The regulation of human germline genome modification in Israel Vardit Ravitsky and Gali Ben-Or; 22. Towards a human rights framework for the regulation of human germline genome modification Andrea Boggio, Cesare P. R. Romano and Jessica Almqvist.

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A survey of the regulation of human germline genome modification in eighteen countries and the emerging international standards.

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Andrea Boggio is Professor of Legal Studies at Bryant University, Rhode Island. He holds a J.S.D. from Stanford University Law School. Cesare P. R. Romano is Professor of Law and W. Joseph Ford Fellow, at Loyola Law School Los Angeles, Loyola Marymount University, California. He holds an LL.M. from New York University Law School and a Ph.D. from the Graduate Institute of International Studies of the University of Geneva. Jessica Almqvist is Associate Professor in Public International Law at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and Senior Research Fellow at the Elcano Royal Institute. She holds a Ph.D. in law from the European University Institute, Florence and a Diploma in graduate studies of political science from University of California, Berkeley.

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