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  9. Public health programs and policies should be implemented in a manner that most enhances the physical and social environment

  What is enhancement

        Manipulation of genes to make plants more disease resistant and nutrient rich: Golden Rice

        Avoiding genetic engineering in favor of natural variation

        Maintaining as much genetic diversity as possible

        Elimination of people with certain characteristics through genetic testing and abortion

              Enhancement that reduces disease and suffering

  Public health officials need to be aware that benefits and harms are not randomly distributed: especially in cases of genomic tools and method Personalized medicine is not available to everyone