Personalized medicine, individual choice and the common good [E-Book] / edited by Britta van Beers, Sigrid Sterckx, Donna Dickenson.
Beers, Britta Chongkol van, (editor)
Sterckx, Sigrid, (editor) / Dickenson, Donna, (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2019
1 online resource (xi, 236 pages)
Cambridge Bioethics and Law
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction to personalised medicine, individual choice and the common good / Donna Dickenson, Britta van Beers and Sigrid Sterckx
  • Personalised medicine and the politics of human nuclear genome transfer / Francoise Baylis and Alana Cattapan
  • Stem cell derived gametes and uterus transplants : hurray for the end of third party reproduction! or not? / Heidi Mertes
  • Personalising future health risk through 'biological insurance' : proliferation of private umbilical cord blood banking in India / Jyotsna Gupta
  • Combating the trade in organs : why we should preserve the communal nature of organ transplantation / Kristof Van Assche
  • When there is no cure : challenges for collective approaches to Alzheimer's disease / Robin Pierce
  • Lost and found : relocating the individual in the age of intensified data sourcing in European healthcare / Klaus Hoeyer
  • Presuming the promotion of the common good by large-scale health research : the cases of 2.0 and the 100,000 genomes project in the UK / Sigrid Sterckx, Sandi Dheensa and Julian Cockbain
  • My genome, my right / Stuart Hogarth, Julian Cockbain and Sigrid Sterckx
  • 'The best me I can possibly be' : legal subjectivity, self-authorship and wrongful life actions in an age of 'genomic torts' / Britta van Beers
  • I run, you run, we run : a philosophical approach to health and fitness apps / Marli Huijer and Christian Detweiler
  • The molecularised me : psychoanalysing personalised medicine and self-tracking / Hub Zwart.