Sam Tormey

Dr Sam Tormey has worked in medical genetics in the United States and recently completed a masters degree in bioethics at Cambridge University as a Chevening scholar.

He was a policy adviser for the Australian Greens on biotechnology and writes on the bioethics of genetic technology. His practice is in emergency and trauma medicine.


Making perfect babies

EssayTHE BYSTANDER APPEARED shocked. Open-mouthed, she was standing there shaking her head. "Not one", she said, "not one but two. Don't you know that kind of thing is preventable now?" The objects of her disgust were the two children of...

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