Thursday, September 04, 2008

Can't think of a single one...

When bioethicists get together:

"I can't think of any, can you?"


"Well, it must be OK then."

"Good, let's write a brief for Congress."

In the latest issue of the Journal of Medical Ethics, Silvia Camporesi and Lisa Bortolotti conclude that that there are no good arguments to ban reproductive cloning. And since bad regulations could impair its implementation or restrict it too narrowly, they call for "a productive exchange of views" now.

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