When are we capable of understanding an early warning?
Copenhagen: Danish Council of Ethics, 2000. 11 p. [Online]. Accessed: http://etisk.inforce.dk/graphics/03_udgivelser/publikationer/genethic/INDEX.HTM [2002 October 23]
Sometimes it's difficult to prepare the public until the public is ready to be prepared -- This paper will review the early warnings on human cloning that have been given over the last fifty years, why they were largely ignored, and consider the public policy response in other areas. The challenge for public policy and the ethics community will be to learn the lessons of the history of the cloning debate to ensure opportunities for public dialogue in this and other areas are not wasted in the future.
3 papers: Humans and genetic engineering in the New Millenium -- How are we going to get "Gen-Ethics" just in time?
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