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Between Scylla and Charybdis: Reproductive Freedom after 9-11Keynote Address: National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League Annual Conventionby Carl Pope, Executive Director, The Sierra ClubNovember 9th, 2001
Women's Health and Reproductive Rights Leaders Call for Cloning BanGenetic CrossroadsAugust 18th, 2001
It's a Bird. . . It's a Plane. . . It's Supercloneby Katha Pollitt The Nation August 6th, 2001
Ban Human Cloning Right Nowby Judy Norsigian and Stuart NewmanBoston GlobeAugust 3rd, 2001
Human Germline Manipuation and Cloning as Women's Issuesby Marcy DarnovskyGeneWatchJune 30th, 2001
Eugenics, Reproductive Technologies and "Choice"by Ruth HubbardGeneWatch
Council for Responsible Genetics issues "Genetic Bill of Rights"Genetic CrossroadsApril 16th, 2000
Race and the New Reproduction (Chapter 6 of Killing the Black Body)by Dorothy RobertsKilling the Black Body: Race, Reproduction and the Meaning of Liberty (New York; Pantheon, 1997)
Pregnancy and ChildraisingThe production of cloned or genetically modified babies would involve the creation and manipulation of human embryos outside the body. Providers of fertility services and biotech companies would likely develop professional and economic interests in the modified embryos and fetuses that would not necessarily coincide with the best interests of the women carrying them.
Women's and Children's HealthEfforts to produce cloned or genetically modified human beings would constitute a medically unjustifiable and inherently unsafe experiment, putting at risk the physical well-being of women and their children.
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