Bonnie Rochman

The Gene Machine: How Genetic Technologies Are Changing Are Changing the Way We Have Kids

Bonnie Rochman

Talk: The Gene Machine: How Genetic Technologies Are Changing Are Changing the Way We Have Kids

Bonnie Rochman is an award winning health and science writer. Her work has appeared in Time magazine, Time.com, O - The Oprah Magazine, Parenting, Babble, Double X/Slate, Cookie, and The News & Observer. Is embryonic disease screening a slippery slope toward eugenics? Should doctors disclose predispositions to inheritable diseases? Would you want to know that your child had a genetic mutation? In her book, "The Gene Machine", Ms. Rochman explores these hot-button questions, guiding us through the gene technology's effect on medicine, bioethics, health care, and more.

Bonnie Rochman

Bonnie Rochman is an award-winning journalist. A former health and parenting columnist for Time.com and staff writer for Time magazine, she has written for The New York Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, MIT Technology Review, Scientific American, and O, The Oprah Magazine. She lives in Seattle with her husband and three children.

The Gene Machine

In The Gene Machine, the award-winning journalist Bonnie Rochman deftly explores these hot-button questions, guiding us through the new frontier of gene technology and how it is transforming medicine, bioethics, health care, and the factors that shape a family.

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