FEATURE: Genomic Companies Assess the Role of Bioethics in Business | GenomeWeb

CANNES, France, Sept. 13 - Ask bioethicist Arthur Caplan what's at the top of his wish list and he'll tell you: an in-house bioethicist in every genomic, bioinformatic, and microarray company worldwide within the next 10 years.

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