Legal Ambiguities Concerning Medical Genetics in Poland – Searching For a Common Ground View Full Text


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2011-07-25

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Atina Krajewska

ABSTRACT

This paper constitutes an analysis of Polish regulation concerning genetic research and practice in the post-genomic era. The so-called post-genomic era is marked by the departure from genetic determinism and exceptionalism. Therefore, it seems increasingly difficult to treat genetic information as the essential determinant of human existence, and a particularly sensitive class of personal data. Still, in public opinion and mainstream medical jurisprudence, the genocentric dogma remains almost unquestioned. These difficulties translate into major conceptual quandaries about the regulation of the use of DNA and biological data at the national and European level. Despite EU enlargement and progressing unification, very little is known about the legal discourse surrounding life sciences in Poland, which in the last 20 years was preoccupied with the process of democratization with less attention given to regulating medical genetics. As a result Polish law in this area remains quite general. This paper examines the strengths and the weaknesses of the Polish regulatory framework in light of the recent paradigm shift in life sciences. It provides insight into how Polish regulators, reconcile liberal principles of free market economy, with the Catholic doctrine so prominent in Polish politics. Finally, it attempts to identify a common conceptual and normative ground for a much needed consensus among European states. More... »

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79-109

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Exploring Central and Eastern Europe’s Biotechnology Landscape

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978-90-481-9783-5
978-90-481-9784-2

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