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The Embryo Research Debate: Science and the Politics of Reproduction

@inproceedings{Mulkay1997TheER,
  title={The Embryo Research Debate: Science and the Politics of Reproduction},
  author={M. Mulkay},
  year={1997}
}
Preface and acknowledgements List of abbreviations Introduction 1. The background to the debate 2. The sequence of parliamentary debate 3. Political parties and ministerial tactics 4. The impact of the pro-research lobby 5. Embryos in the news 6. Women and men 7. Science and religion 8. The myth of Frankenstein 9. Embryo research and the slippery slope Epilogue: intruders in the Fallopian tube or a dream of perfect human reproduction Notes Index. 
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