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" Tests which are predictive of genetic diseases or which serve either to identify the subject äs a carrier of a gene responsible for a disease or to detect a genetic predisposition or susceptibility to a disease may be performed only for health purposes... "
The Regulatory Challenge of Biotechnology: Human Genetics, Food and Patents - Page 73
edited by - 2007 - 290 pages
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The future of DNA: Proceedings of an international If gene conference on ...

Johannes Wirz, Edith Lammerts van Bueren - 1997 - 289 pages
...and biomedicine', which has been accepted by the Ministers of the Council of Europe (November 1996), 'any form of discrimination against a person on grounds...his or her genetic heritage is prohibited' (article n). Someone in the audience said in connection with the danger of eugenics that it is very important...
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The Genetic Revolution and Human Rights

Justine Burley - 1999 - 220 pages
...confidential under the conditions set by law. Similarly, the European Convention states in Article n: Any form of discrimination against a person on grounds of his or her genetic heritage is prohibited. And in Article 10: Everyone has the right to respect for private life in relation to information about...
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Genetische Diagnostik und Versicherungsrecht

Jochen Taupitz - 2000 - 60 pages
...des Übereinkommens nur die englische und die französische Fassung; die englische Fassung lautet: „Predictive genetic tests - Tests which are predictive...diseases or which serve either to identify the subject äs a carrier of a gene responsible for a disease or to detect a genetic predisposition or susceptibility...
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Ethik - Orientierungswissen?

Jakob Hans Josef Schneider - 2000 - 224 pages
...Rights and Biomedicine)(abgedr. in: Jahrbuch für Wissenschaft und Ethik 2 (1997) 285-303), Artikel 11: „Any form of discrimination against a person on...grounds of his or her genetic heritage is prohibited." Vorläufiger Entwurf einer „Allgemeinen Erklärung der UNESCO zum menschlichen Genom und zu den Menschenrechten"...
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Menschenwürde und Biomedizin: zum philosophischen Diskurs der Bioethik

Kathrin Braun - 2000 - 309 pages
...Menschenrechtsschutzes dennoch als Rückschritt zu werten. Der Artikel gegen genetische Diskriminierung lautet nun: „Any form of discrimination against a person on...grounds of his or her genetic heritage is prohibited" (CE 1 997/4/4: Art. 11). Das Verbot genetischer Diskriminierung stellt inhaltlich eine Erweiterung...
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Equality: A New Framework: Report of the Independent Review of the ...

Bob Hepple, Mary Coussey, Tufyal Choudhury, University of Cambridge. Centre for Public Law - 2000 - 145 pages
...has produced a Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine. Article 11 of this Convention prohibits any form of discrimination against a person on grounds of his or her genetic heritage. The Convention was adopted by the Council of Ministers on 19 November 1996 and opened for signature...
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Inequity and Madness: Psychosocial and Human Rights Issues

J. Guimón - 2001 - 225 pages
...(EU, 1997) states the right to "equitable access to health care (...) of appropriate quality" and that "any form of discrimination against a person on grounds of his or her genetic heritage is prohibited". In the same vein, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe's twenty-ninth ordinary session...
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Human Rights in Private Law

Dan Friedmann, Daphne Barak-Erez - 2001 - 393 pages
...widespread concern about the potentially exclusionary effects of genetic discrimination, prohibits "any form of discrimination against a person on grounds of his or her genetic heritage". As is well known, particular concern has been expressed about the possibility of one's genetic profile...
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Ethical Issues in Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Donna Dickenson - 2002 - 353 pages
...Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine provides in Article 1 1 that 'Any form of non-discrimination against a person on grounds of his or her genetic heritage is prohibited'. We need of course to bear this in mind, particularly in view of the fact that those provisions of the...
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Legal Aspects of Gene Technology

Brian Cain - 2003 - 247 pages
...and human dignity." The Council of Europe Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine Art. 11 states: "Any form of discrimination against a person on grounds of his or her genetic heritage is prohibited." Art. 12 provides: "Tests which are predictive of genetic diseases or which serve either to identify...
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