During the summer, I reported on the August meeting of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues with a series of blog posts. The Commission explored a several fascinating debates on medical data and experimentation, providing the grist for seven posts:
- Assessing the Life-Saving Potential and Privacy Implications of Whole Genome Sequencing
- On the Frontiers of Technology and Privacy
- Do Privacy Concerns Follow the Coffee Cup?
- Wrapping up Genomics and Privacy
- Dryvax, Individual Risk and the Greater Good
- Risk and Minimal Risk: How Low Can You Go?
- Roundtable Discussion on Medical Countermeasures for Children