In this brief Essay, I focus on chapter 4 of the book’s discussion of the distinction between treatment and enhancement.
This distinction is at the core of many of the most challenging problems of ethics and public policy raised by genetics. This is also the place where there appears to be disagreement or ambivalence among these authors
and where fault
lines appear in their otherwise remarkably united front.
Mark A. Hall,
Genetic Enhancement, Distributive Justice, and the Goals of Medicine,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol39/iss3/5