Over the years, the Asian Bioethics Review (ABR) has discussed various bioethical issues in genomics. We have collected a number of these articles on this webpage, which currently lists our articles published in Volumes 12 and 13 (2020-2021). We will keep this page up-to-date with our most recent publications, as well as gradually add our older articles on this topic.

Our publisher Springer Nature allows you to read all articles online for free, even if you do not have a subscription to ABR – simply click on the title. Additionally:

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  • Our articles since 2018 are also accessible via PubMed Central (PMC), where they become Free Access after 12 months.

The copyright of Free2Read and Free Access articles from 2017 is shared by Springer Nature and the National University of Singapore. The copyright of Free Access articles until 2016 is shared by the National University of Singapore and the respective authors. The copyright of Open Access articles remains with the respective authors.

Original Article – Free Access via PMC
Framing Ethical Concerns and Attitudes towards Human Gene Patents in the Chinese Press
Li Du, Sijie Lin, and Kalina Kamenova
September 2020 – 12(3): 307-323 – doi: 10.1007/s41649-020-00136-0

Original Article – Free2Read
CRISPR-Cas9 and He Jiankui’s case: an Islamic bioethics review using Maqasid al-Shari’a and Qawaid Fighiyyah
Nimah Alsomali, and Ghaiath Hussein
June 2021 – 13(2): 149 – 165 – doi: 10.1007/s41649-021-00167-1
Free Access from 1 June 2022 via PMC

Original Article – Free2Read
Conception of Saviour Siblings: Ethical Perceptions of Selected Stakeholders in Malaysia
Chee Ying Kuek, Sharon Kaur a/p Gurmukh Singh, and Pek San Tay
June 2021 – 13(2): 167-178 – doi: 10.1007/s41649-021-00166-2
Free Access from 1 June 2022 via PMC

Original Article – Free2Read
Mitochondrial Replacement Techniques, the Non-Identity Problem, and Genetic Parenthood
William Simkulet
September 2021 – 13(3): 317-334 – doi: 10.1007/s41649-021-00176-0