Ethical Choices in the Genetic Age, Part 1: Reproductive Cloning
In Part 1 of this article, Zuccarelli discusses recent developments and ethical issues raised on the topic of reproductive cloning. He sets out to provide basic information about reproductive cloning, stem cells, and gene therapy, and suggests that three factors influence an individual's acceptance of the genetic age: medical need; grasp of science; and, personal convictions about humanity's role in the natural world. Also discussed are the effects of religious and philosophical roots.
Anthony J Zuccarelli
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