Increasing and Improving Public Participation for the Development of a Chinese Scientific Research Ethics
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in Chinese; abstract also in English.
It is an inspiring idea that public participation should be the key factor for determining the human embryo research policy. However, public participation is missing from the Chinese government's vision of an ethics regulation system for scientific research. This article argues that to develop human embryo research policy for China and a new regulation system globally, the most important tasks may be to set rules for public participation and to understand the views on human embryo and cell-based embryo research ethics held by different stakeholders and the Chinese public.
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