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Notes-1st Article Quotes and Ideas
Others may use the technique to select traits that would give their children advantages over others.
My Ideas: I can use this quote because I can say that it could be a bad thing for society
There's a case to be made that genetic selection is just the next step in evolution. Who hasn't wanted to be a little bit taller or faster or smarter at some point?
My Ideas: i can say that it could help people in the future and become better at what they want to do.
Notes-2nd Article Quotes and Ideas
The patents at issue in the case do not cover genes in a human body. They cover man-made DNA constructs with specific properties and functions not found in nature.
My Ideas: what effects could have on the person if they do this
Patent protection and scientific progress go hand in hand. The marketplace has proved adept at providing access to patented DNA constructs to further scientific progress because of patent protection, not in spite of it