In 1997, California appointed an Advisory Committee to evaluate the medical, ethical, and social implications of "human cloning" for reproductive and non-reproductive purposes. This Essay, written by a member of the Advisory Committee, extends the conversation begun in the report, "Cloning Californians?" about the ethics of "non-reproductive human cloning" focusing on language, science, societal informed consent, and social justice.
Margaret R. McLean,
What's in a Name? "Nuclear Transplantation" and the Ethics of Stem Cell Research,
53 Hastings L.J. 1017
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