Edited by Tamara K. Hervey, Calum A. Young and Louise E. Bishop
Chapter 6: European Union biomedical research law and policy and citizen science
Both people and products – as ‘citizens’ and ‘science’ – appear in Mark Flear’s chapter on EU biomedical research law and policy. Flear shows how the spaces created for biomedical research by EU law and policy embody a particular type of citizen, and play on narratives of hope and promise. The result is an obfuscation of the dominant drivers of market-oriented norms and values, and a legitimation of particular types of EU health law and policy.
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