Friday, December 16, 2005

Gene Doping Stockholm Declaration

After a fascinating series of presentations at the Stockholm meeting, we concluded proceednigs with a drafting of a declaration on gene doping. I think of particular interest was the stance taken on the use of genetic tests. This might raise a number of challenges for those who are already using them, though the declration does not forbid the use of such tests.


Blogger Michael S. said...

The Stockholm Declaration seems to portray gene-doping as a morally unacceptable, stating that they want to warn atheletes about the dangers of gene-doping. But is there a another statement explaining what those dangers are or addressing the specific moral issues involved?

10:16 p.m.  

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