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ENHANCEMENT TECHNOLOGIES AND THE BODY
AbstractThe technological ability to alter biology, along with the social conditions and cultural expectations that enable such transformations, is spawning a variety of techniques that augmentExpand
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Recovering the Nation's Body: Cultural Memory, Medicine, and the Politics of Redemption
"In this provocative ethnography, Hogle reveals how the uses of human tissue and organs as therapeutic agents are intimately related not only to expanding arenas of commodification, but also to theExpand
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Standardization across Non-standard Domains: The Case of Organ Procurement
This article describes the work of negotiating and reinterpreting "standard" protocols and criteria at the level of local practice, using the example of the procurement of human cadaver organs forExpand
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Recommendations for Nanomedicine Human Subjects Research Oversight: An Evolutionary Approach for an Emerging Field
Nanotherapeutics and in vivo nanodiagnostics are a subset of nanomedicine applications that includes drugs, biological products, and implantable medical devices incorporating nanoscale materials.Expand
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Pragmatic Objectivity and the Standardization of Engineered Tissues
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This paper analyzes attempts to develop consensus standards, reference methods, and classification rubrics in the nascent field of tissue engineering in response to pressure from the federal government. Expand
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Characterizing human embryonic stem cells: biological and social markers of identity.
  • Linda F. Hogle
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Medical anthropology quarterly
  • 1 December 2010
Human embryonic stem cells are elusive, recalcitrant entities that resist characterization and standardization. Without agreements about what the cells are and how best to systematize cell cultureExpand
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The social production of evidence: regenerative medicine and the 21st Century Cures Act.
Regenerative medicine (RM) has experienced uncertainty in regulatory review since the beginning. Political and social environments always affect policy: consistency and interoperability acrossExpand
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Science, Ethics, and the “Problems” of Governing Nanotechnologies
  • Linda F. Hogle
  • Medicine, Sociology
  • The Journal of law, medicine & ethics : a journal…
  • 1 December 2009
Commentators continue to weigh in on whether there are ethical, social, and policy issues unique to nanotechnology, whether new regulatory schemes should be devised, and if so, how. Many of theseExpand
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Réglementer les innovations utilisant des tissus humains : hybrides et gouvernance
Les innovations medicales qui utilisent des cellules ou des tissus humains constituent un des segments du marche medical dont la croissance est la plus rapide. Grâce a de nouvelles techniques, cesExpand
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Chemoprevention for Healthy Women: Harbinger of Things to Come?
Chemoprevention is a new form of medicalization in which healthy individuals take medications to reduce their risk of getting a disease. For the first time, a cancer chemotherapy agent has beenExpand
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