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The Impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 on Genetic Testing

An M.Phil submission, one copy signed by the author Corinne Camilleri-Ferrante

Author

Corinne Camilleri-Ferrante

Publisher

University of Glasgow, 2001
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Printing Details

Two copies: 1. Hardback bound in red cloth for submission, gilt titling to spine and upper board. 29 × 21cm, 71pp, 2. a ring-bound version of the same.

Two copies, one of which has been signed and dedicated by Corinne Camilleri-Ferrante.

This is a submission for an M.Phil at the University of Glasgow which studies the Human Rights Act of 1998 and how it affects genetic testing, including the right to life, prohibition of torture, patient confidentiality, testing on adults, children and antenatally.

Condition

Both copies are in very good condition.

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