In bioethics, the ethics of cloning refers to a variety of ethical positions regarding
the practice and possibilities of cloning, especially human cloning. While many ...
"California Cloning: A Dialogue on State Regulation" was convened October 12,
2001, by the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University.
In this chapter we attempt to take up this charge to engage in a broad ethical
consideration of the merits of cloning-to-produce-children. The prospect of ...
The ethical issues surrounding the topic of cloning mainly focus on human
cloning, although some people have explored ethical issues in animal cloning.
Ethics of human cloning has become an important issue in recent years. Legalize
human cloning is in the heart of the debate world, was proposed legalizing ...
Thomas A. Shannon, Human Cloning: Religious and Ethical Issues, 32 Val. U. L.
Rev. 773 (1998). Available at: http://scholar.valpo.edu/vulr/vol32/iss2/18 ...
Nov 24, 2001 ... What is the moral status of the organisms created by cloning? ... argue that the
organism produced in human therapeutic cloning experiments is ...
This long-awaited yet not quite expected success in cloning a mammal raised
immediately the prospect--and the specter--of cloning human beings: "I a child
Nov 20, 2007 ... Cloning human embryos for research has been legally supported in England and
several other countries, but it is banned in more than a dozen ...
Surveys have shown that few Americans approve of cloning for reproductive
purposes, although more are open to therapeutic cloning [source: Burton]. The