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Paul Greenough, Stuart Blume and Christine Holmberg

). 42 Institute of Medicine (IOM), The Smallpox Vaccination Program: Public Health in the Age of Terrorism (Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 2005); Stephen S. Morse, ‘Global Preparedness for Public Health Emergencies’, Journal of Public Health Policy , 28:2 (2007), pp. 196–200; A. Richmond, L. Hostler, G. Leeman and W. King, ‘A Brief History and Overview of CDC

in The politics of vaccination
A national ethics committee and bioethics during the 1990s
Duncan Wilson

’Neill argued that bioethicists’ efforts ‘to improve trustworthiness’ by calling for increased oversight of animal research, gene therapy and reproductive medicine had consistently failed to work.174 She outlined how newspapers continued to voice unease at embryo research and gene therapy and, more seriously, how opponents of Consolidating the ‘ethics industry’ 241 animal experiments continued to engage in ‘intimidation, criminal trespass, vandalism and even terrorism’.175 O’Neill believed that the authority of bioethicists was undermined by the fact that professional or

in The making of British bioethics