The new NIH guidelines would not authorize NIH funding for research on human embryos who were deliberately created to be used in research, whether by IVF or by human cloning
The initiative would amend the Missouri Constitution to prohibit the practice of human cloning
, and would prohibit taxpayer funding of human cloning
This collection of essays gives extensive insight into the debate about human cloning
Q: You have stated that the debate on stem cell research and human cloning
comes down to "whose life matters most: the lives of sick children and adults facing risks of decay and premature death, or the lives of human embryos who must be directly destroyed in the process of harvesting their stem cells for research.
1) In 2001, the head of the FDA's Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research told a congressional subcommittee that the agency would regulate human cloning
and that safety issues would prevent the agency from approving human cloning
attempts at this time.
Will it join the House of Representatives, which voted in July 2001 to make all human cloning
Upfront spoke to Ronald Green, an ethicist at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, about human cloning
The Raelian sect's claim has increased pressure on the 170 countries that have no laws to ban human cloning
AN expert in medical law has said that the Government will have to enact legislation to deal with human cloning
Clonaid, the first human cloning
company, was founded in 1997, right after Scottish scientists announced the birth of Dolly the sheep, the first mammal to be cloned from an adult.
ARCHBISHOP RENATO MARTINO, the then-representative of the Vatican at the United Nations, has suggested that human cloning
may pave the way for "a new form of racism, for the development of these techniques could lead to the creation of a `subcategory of human beings,' destined basically for the convenience of others.
3) His contention is that the vociferous outpouring of opposition to human cloning
after Dolly went beyond moral reasoning.