Human cloning and human dignity an ethical inquiry the presidents council on bioethics washington dc july 2002. A the ethics of human experimentation we begin with concerns regarding the safety of the cloning procedure and the health of the participants we do so for several reasons first these concerns are widely indeed nearly unanimously shared. Human cloning and human dignity an ethical inquiry presidents council on bioethics 2002 08 01 the presidents council on bioethics human cloning and human dignity an ethical inquiry executive summary . Rule out cloning for biomedical research and many scientists and patient advocacy groups have argued that the human and moral costs of doing so are too great alternatively we could take up this matter in what seems philosophically to be its more natural context namely as a sub species of a larger inquiry into the ethics of embryo and. The term human cloning is used in this chapter to refer to all human cloning cloning to produce children and cloning for biomedical research when only one particular use of human cloning is intended we use the more specific term
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