David G. Russell

David G. RussellClass of 2014
Staff, Volume 38

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Questions Without Answers: The Legal Frontier of Genomic Mapping

When Professor John Conley began his presentation on the ethical, moral, and legal implications of genomic mapping, he made one thing explicitly clear: there were not going to be a lot of answers in the following hour. Throughout the presentation he proved himself to be right by showing that frontier of genomic mapping just has not developed enough to answer many of the questions that it raises. However, the questions that Professor Conley did raise were quite thought-provoking. One in particular stood out: why can we not apply existing legal frameworks in the medical field to the emerging practice of diagnosis by genomic mapping?

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