Human Transgenesis - Definitions  Technical Possibilities and Moral Challenges
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Human Transgenesis - Definitions Technical Possibilities and Moral Challenges

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	Human Transgenesis: Definitions, Technical Possibilities and Moral Challenges
	The Concept of Transgenesis
	Transgenesis in Prokaryotes
	Transgenesis in Eukaryotes
	Transgenesis in Humans
	The Feasibility of Transgenic Treatments in Humans: Gene Therapy
	Morals and the Pursuit of Transgenic Enhancements in Human Beings
	\u201cHuman Nature\u201d is Transgenic
	Making Transgenic Persons