As we address bioethical issues in this blog, it is important to keep in mind the different principles and tenants of bioethics that are pertinent to understanding the “ethical permissibility” of a given scenario. Even if these tenants are not explicitly stated in this blog, they are
“Nothing that you do in science is guaranteed to result in benefits for mankind. Any discovery, I believe, is morally neutral and it can be turned either to constructive or destructive ends”.
Arthur Galson, Ph.D. (Biologist/Plant Physiologist/Bioethicist)