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Category: consent

Dawn of the ‘Designer Baby’: The He Jiankui Affair and Implications for Future Ethical Editing – by Julia Corcoran

The following is Part 4 of a five part student blog series sharing the excellent work of Edinburgh Law School undergraduate and postgraduate students on…

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Sexual relations, capacity, and protection in the Supreme Court: right decision, wrong reasons? – by Ruby Reed-Berendt

On 24th November 2021, the UK Supreme Court (SC) handed down judgment in A Local Authority v JB. The question before the court was whether…

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Marketing Medicine? Informed consent in the advent of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing – by Rhiannon Frowde

Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing (DTC-GT) has emerged as a rapidly growing industry, with the market being valued at £680m in 2018, and is anticipated to reach over…

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