Medical Law Review 16:3 (2008), p. 413-436
The development of genetic technologies, nano-technologies and technologies related to artificial intelligence have provoked discussion about the different uses to which they may be put; namely, their potential for therapeutic and non-therapeutic use. Resisting claims that individuals should be free to use these technologies as they see fit to alter their own physical, psychological and intellectual capacities, lifespan and morphologies or those of their existing or future children, some authors contend that both ethical and regulatory limits should be placed on this exercise of free choice.
Karpin, Isabel, and Roxanne Mykitiuk. "Going out on a Limb: Prosthetics, Normalcy and Disputing the Therapy/Enhancement Distinction." Medical Law Review 16.3 (2008): 413-436.