|Surgery||Monoclonal Antibodies||Genetic Engineering||General|
|This Website gives you useable, non-technical
information about the
conditions which require surgery in this most important area of our body. Check out their non-technical glossary. They offer details ranging from Brain Surgery's history as the first of successful medical procedures, through its high-tech advances of today, and offer a glimpse of what's on the horizon.
|Monoclonal Antibodies and Genetic Disease||A site by North East Wales Institute of Higher Education with publications about their research and projects on Monoclonal Antibodies and Genetic Disease|
|Monoclonal Antibodies can be clinically applied in Cancer Immunotherapy. This site includes information on the production of monoclonal antibodies, the early clinical trials in cancer therapy, the identification of tumor-associated antigens and the future directions of this treatment.|
|Monoclonal Antibodies (Sikora & Smedley)||This website is adapted from the book "Monoclonal Antibodies" by Karol Sikora and Howard M. Smedley. You will be able to find detailed and in depth information about monoclonal antibodies here.|
|Genetic Engineering and Its Dangers||Essays about genetic engineering, genetically engineered food, biowarfare, and dangers of genetic engineering compiled by Dr Ron Epstein of San Francisco State University|
What is Genetic Engineering?
|A simple introduction to genetic engineering. This is specially written for the layman who doesn't know much about this topic with concise text and illustrations.|
|Genlink, a human genetics resource.|
Ethical and Spiritual Issues in Genetic Engineering
|"Ethical and Spiritual Issues in Genetic
This page is based on a talk presented by by Ron Epstein, Research Professor at the Institute for World Religions and
Lecturer at the Philosophy Dept. of San Francisco State University at the AHIMSA discussion forum on March 17, 1998.
Is Genetic Engineering a variety of breeding?
|Is Genetic Engineering a variety of breeding? A crucial question to which an affirmative answer means that it would not be justified to treat GE-foods differently from most other foods.An explanation is given to why they consider liberal safety regulations for GE foods as not scientifically justifiable.|
Genetic Engineering - Open For Your Comments Here
|"Who Will Play God?" "By what traits should we be altered, Morally, Physically, or Intellectually? Who Will Set The Standards?"Asking for input from others on what they suggest for traits as a priority in Genetic Engineering. Will it be IQ, Health, or Morals??|
|"The Best Prescription is Knowledge" This is a great database with information based on all sorts of medical aspects.|