German parliament agrees on limits to bioethics inquiry

Schiermeier, Quirin; Hellerer, Ulrike
April 2000
Nature;4/13/2000, Vol. 404 Issue 6779, p692
Academic Journal
Reports on the decision of the German parliament on ethical and legal aspects of biomedicine. Decision to set up an all-parliamentary commission of inquiry; Reduction and streamlining of the inquiry panel's tasks; Efforts to work our recommendations for ethical assessment.


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