[Human Cloning Hearing]
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation. Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space
Unpublished documents. Documents, including witness statements, witness testimony, and supporting documents distributed at a hearing on human cloning. Washington, DC: Russell Senate Office Building, Room 253, May 2, 2001.
[Packet of materials includes: witness list, news release from Senator Sam Brownback; Testimony of Rep. David Weldon; Testimony of Margaret Colin; Prepared Testimony of Clarke D. Forsythe; Testimony of Clarke D. Forsythe; Testimony of Rudolf Jaenisch; Testimony of Leon R. Kass; Statement of William Kristol; Testimony of Robert A. Best; Oral Remarks of Richard M. Doerflinger; Testimony of Richard M. Doerflinger; Testimony of Carl B. Feldbaum; Testimony of Jaydee Hanson; and supporting documents from the Pew Forum, the Family Research Council, NCCB [National Conference of Catholic Bishops; Secretariat for Pro-Life Activites fact sheet, Washington Post article 1994 October 2; Letter from National Right to Life Committee; Letter from the Wilberforce Forum; list of current clinical use of adult stem cells to help human patients as contrasted to no conditions for which embryonic stem cells are in clinical use to help human patients; Do No Harm's Current Clinical and Potential Applications of Adult Stem Cells; Do No Harm's Embryonic Stem Cell Study Replicates Adult Stem Cell Advances Achieved Over a Year Ago; Do No Harm's Adult Stem Cell Advances Continue to Challenge "Need" for Destructive Embryonic Research: Time to "Revisit" Adult Stem Cell Progress
Human Cloning Hearing
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