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Mark J. Hanson is a faculty associate at the Practical Ethics Center of the University of Montana and executive director of the Missoula Demonstration Project: The Quality of Life's End in Missoula, Montana. He is the co-editor with Daniel Callahan of The Goals of Medicine: The Forgotten Issues in Health Care Reform (Georgetown University Press, 1999).

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Recent controversies about gene patenting and cloning have prompted renewed interest in understanding and analyzing the stake of religious communities in the biotechnological revolution. Read the first page
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