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.

1 Comments:

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?

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