Cloning: A Risk to Women?
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science and Transplantation. Subcommittee on Science, Technology and Space
Washington, DC: GPO, 2003 March 27, various pagings
Testimony of Lynne Millican, R. Alta Charo, Andrew Kimbrell and Richard Doerflinger is available on the web. Holdings include testimony printed from the web (not all available) and materials picked up at the hearing including: Senator Sam Brownback's press release; Statement by Senator Frank Lautenberg; testimony/statement of Andrew Kimball; National Right to Life press release about North Dakota bill to ban creation of human embryos by cloning; National Right to Life document "Human Cloning Legislation in Congress: Misconceptions and Realities" March 18, 2003; Americans to Ban Cloning's "Why the "Successful" Mouse "Therapeutic" Cloning Really Didn't Work: Still No "Proof of Principle" for Therapeutic Cloning"; Family Research Council's press release; "Women's Impact Statement [cloning]" by the Family Research Council; article by Pia de Solenni "In Search of Treatments Through the Cloning Process: How the Hunt for Eggs Exploits Women;" International Center for Technology Assessment's statement on "Human Cloning: Impacts on Women"
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