Ethical principles for the use of human cellular biotechnologies

@article{Wolpe2017EthicalPF,
  title={Ethical principles for the use of human cellular biotechnologies},
  author={P. R. Wolpe and K. Rommelfanger},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
  year={2017},
  volume={35},
  pages={1050-1058}
}
A group of interdisciplinary delegates drawn from the top biotech-producing countries of the world offers a consensus statement outlining a set of principles important to consider in the ethical conversation about human cellular biotechnological research moving forward. 
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