The Global Person: Pig-Human Embryos, Personhood, and Precision Medicine

Chimeras, in the form of pig-human embryos engineered by CRISPR- Cas9 and other biotechnologies, have been created as potential sources of organs for transplantation. Against that background, and in an era of “precision medicine,” this Article examines the concept of the global genetically modified person and asks whether humanness and personhood are being eroded, or finding new boundaries in intellectual property and constitutional law.


Publication Date:
2018
Date Submitted:
Jun 21 2019
Pagination:
701-727
Citation:
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
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