Human Cloning Public Policy Issues. National Academy of Sciences Forum (2001 August 7) (Part 3)
Producer: National Cable Satellite Corporation
"Professors talked about the ethics of human cloning for both therapeutic and reproductive reasons. Among the topics they addressed were methods of cloning, potential dangers involved, and potential benefits of cloning. Following their remarks they answered questions from a panel of experts" (NAS Public Panel on Human Reproductive Cloning). [description taken from cassette box] Testimony from Alta Charo (Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School) and John Robertson (Professor, University of Texas at Austin Law School).
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Cloning Research Forum (5 parts)
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