This new book looks at how -- and who -- UK publics debate and engage with human genetics, how such debates are ‘framed’ and whose voices get heard . . . and whose not. It looks in particular at biobanks, stem cells, genetic screening, the UK police DNA database, gene patenting, ‘saviour siblings’, and human cloning. Alexandra Plows, Debating Human Genetics: Contemporary Issues in Public Policy and Ethics, Routledge, 2010.