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The ethics of human cloning / John Woodward, book editor
Detroit, Mich. : Thomson/Gale ; Farmington Hills, MI : Greenhaven Press, c2005
book jacket
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 4th Floor  QH438.7 .E844 2005    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Human cloning -- Moral and ethical aspects
Physical Description 111 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 107-108) and index
Contents The ethics of human cloning: an overview / Glenn McGee -- Reproductive cloning is moral / Panayiotis Zavos -- Reproductive cloning is immoral / Economist -- Therapeutic cloning can save lives / Raymond Barglow -- Therapeutic cloning is immoral / William Saunders -- Human cloning is inevitable / Daniel J. Kevles -- Cloning humans may be impossible / Philip Cohen -- All human cloning is immoral and should be banned / The Vatican -- Human cloning represents a lack of respect for nature / Brent Blackwelder -- Human cloning is unnecessary / Thomas P. Dooley -- Human cloning will redefine families / Glenn McGee -- The human cloning debate is marred by hyperbole and science fiction / Stephen S. Hall
Summary Human cloning may be moving from the realm of science fiction to reality. Some see it as a reproductive right or believe the technology will lead to cures for a host of diseases
Series At issue (San Diego, Calif.)
Alternate Author Woodward, John, 1958-

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