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Bioethicist Arthur Caplan predicts designer babiesGenetic CrossroadsNovember 21st, 1999
ASILOMAR 2Genetic CrossroadsOctober 4th, 1999
Interview with Richard Hayes by Casey WalkerHuman Genetic Engineeringby Casey WalkerWild Duck ReviewMay 31st, 1999
Clone Defects Point to Need for 2 Genetic Parentsby Rick WeissThe Washington PostMay 10th, 1999
SuperhumansLike it or not, in a few short years we'll have the power to control our own evolutionby Robert Taylor New ScientistOctober 1st, 1998
Breaking the Richard Seed Story: Must It Now Be Fixed?by Jim KlingBioMedNetApril 17th, 1998
Designer Peopleby Sally DeneenE MagazineThe Human Genetic Blueprint Has Been Drafted, Offering Both Perils and Opportunities for the Environment. The Big Question: Are We Changing the Nature of Nature?
Failure to Pass Federal Cloning Legislation, 1997-2003There are no United States federal statutes against cloning. Congress failed to pass legislation in the 1997-98 session. In 2001 the House of Representatives passed a bill to ban both reproductive and research cloning, which President Bush indicated he would sign. The Senate tabled the legislation and a vote was never taken.
Placing a Moratorium on Research Cloning to Ensure Effective Control over Reproductive Cloningby Alexander Morgan Capron
Protecting the Endangered Human [PDF]Toward an International Treaty Prohibiting Cloning and Inheritable Alterationsby George Annas, Lori Andrews, and Rosario IsasiAmerican Journal of Law & Medicine, 28 (2002):151-178
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