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Is redesigning life a good idea?  Bioengineering in the age of genetics – was the topic of BioAgenda’s second successful Regional Issues Roundtable on July 19, 2004 in the San Diego.  Before a sellout audience, BioAgenda Founder and Editorial Director David Ewing Duncan moderated a lively discussion including Charles Cantor of Sequenom, Brietta Clark of Loyola Law School, Richard Hamilton of Ceres, Stanford’s William Hurlbut and Scripps’ Floyd Romesberg.  This Roundtable was underwritten by Pillsbury Winthrop LLP and IBM Healthcare and Life Sciences. Redesigning Life, or the genetic alteration of biological organisms, will profoundly change how we think about our place in nature, and, perhaps, what it means to be human.  A summary and Full Transcript will be posted soon on this website.  For more on this Roundtable and the panelists, click here.
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