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Can They Rebuild Us?by Peter Aldhous NatureApril 5th, 2001
US CONGRESS TO CONSIDER BAN ON HUMAN CLONINGGenetic CrossroadsMarch 31st, 2001
Two New Techniques Developed for Producing "Designer Sperm"Genetic CrossroadsJanuary 7th, 2001
Embryo Cloning Debate Grows in Europe and UKGenetic CrossroadsDecember 7th, 2000
New Policies on Human Embryo Research in the US and UKGenetic CrossroadsSeptember 19th, 2000
European Parliament Opposes UK Move on Embryo CloningGenetic CrossroadsSeptember 19th, 2000
POINTERS Genetic CrossroadsSeptember 10th, 1999
Interview with Richard Hayes by Casey WalkerHuman Genetic Engineeringby Casey WalkerWild Duck ReviewMay 31st, 1999
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
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