Eve Redux: The Public Confusion over Cloning

Hastings Center Report 33 (3):11-15 (2003)
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Abstract

The public debate over the ethics of cloning has been as thoughtful, and as sensational, as any in bioethics in recent years. Two essays bring us up to date. —Ed.

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