What Americans Think of Body-Modification Technologies

January 16, 2018

(Scientific American) – The study examined if and under what conditions it would be appropriate to apply human enhancement technologies along a continuum of use: therapeutic use to restore ability, prevention when there is a known risk or relevant family history, enhancement beyond the ability one would normally have, and enhancement greatly beyond normal. Perhaps not surprisingly, support for human enhancement depended somewhat on the type, and particularly the degree, of enhancement.

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