Biotechnology Bill of Rights

How to keep Biotechnology ethical

No cruel or unusual actions to the patient

The first step to keeping Biotechnology ethical is to make sure that the actions done on the patient are not cruel or unusual. You do not want to harm anyone while trying to make the world a better place at the same time. No unusual actions to the patient that might harm him or her is a step we can take to making Biotechnology ethical.

Make sure the patient agrees to what is happening

The second step to making Biotechnology ethical is making sure the patient is 100% safe with the experiment and the possible side effects. If the patient does agree to go on with the action, then they should sign a paper agreeing that if anything happens to them that they can not sew. When the patient signs they are giving an oath the the experiment.

Do not purposely create any bad viruses when experimenting

The third step to making Biotechnology ethical is not purposely creating bad viruses. We can not stop bad viruses from starting if we do not know about it. When experimenting with viruses the goal is to make a healthy virus to keep everyone happy and safe.

Experiments must be equally accessed within all classes of people

The last step to keeping Biotechnology ethical is to make sure all classes can access the experiments. It would not be fair if only the higher classes can afford get it. Everyone should have a change to try something new. If only a certain class can contain the experiment than lives might be lost because of the selfishness of money. A win win is when everyone can contain the experiments.

By: Emily Oliver