American Journal of Bioethics.

100th Issue Anniversary Editorial

You could say that Dolly the sheep gave birth to AJOB, that the journal issued from developing embryonic stem cells. In the late 1990s bioethics changed. While Art Caplan and some other bioethicists had appeared semiregularly in the media (particularly during periods of high controversy), cloning and stem cell research captured the public imagination like few controversies before it. Media attention produced interest among publishers. MIT Press (our first home) was interested in bioethics—to the tune of a new book series on the topic and interest in a new journal to be edited by Glenn McGee. [...]

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Volume 13, Issue 1
January 2013