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TitleCloning and the future of human embryo research / edited by Paul Lauritzen
Imprint Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001
Descript xi, 291 p. : ill. ; 25 cm


Moral status of the preimplantation embryo: Respect for human embryos -- Source or resource? human embryo research as an ethical issue -- Creating embryos for research: on weighing symbolic costs -- Casuistry, virtue, and the slippery slope: major problems with producing human embryonic life for research purposes -- Every cell is sacred: logical consequences of the argument from potential in the age of cloning -- Debates surrounding cloning and embryo research: Cloning human beings: an assessment of the ethical issues pro and con -- Much ado about mutton: an ethical review of the cloning controversy -- Born agin; faith and yearning in the cloning controversy -- Public policy issues: Responsibility and regulation: reproductive technologies, cloning, and embryo research -- Consensus, ethics, and politics in cloning and embryo research -- Morality, religion, and public bioethics: shifting the paradigm for the public discussion of embryo research and human cloning -- The Law meets reproductive technology: the prospect of human cloning

Human cloning -- Moral and ethical aspects Human cloning -- Research -- Moral and ethical aspects Human reproductive technology -- Moral and ethical aspects Research -- Trends Bioethics Cloning Organism Reproduction Techniques

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