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What’s Your Opinion? The Ethics of Human Cell Research

Posted by UCSB Library on January 30, 2011

Share your opinions, thoughts, and questions about The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks or issues related to identity, genetic research and ethics, medical access and poverty, or other related topics.

Read what the experts on campus say and respond with your thoughts.

Dr. Michael Witherell, Vice Chancellor for Research, writes about the ethics of using human cells in research.  Go to the UCSB Reads site to read Dr. Witherell’s essay, and use the “comments” link at the bottom of that page to join in the conversation.


3 Responses to “What’s Your Opinion? The Ethics of Human Cell Research”

  1. UCSB Library said

    Please go to the essay to leave a comment.

  2. Penny said

    The Ethics of Human Cell Research. I believe there has to be more research. I am not against it, but I would like to know more about the consequences of its process in the long term process.

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