The British government’s recent decision to approve human cell cloning for medical research raises ethical concerns. Utah State University bioethicist Richard Sherlock says such authorization could lead to future requests to perform human cell cloning for purposes beyond the study of disease. Should research be allowed to explore making a better human, he asks, rather than just curing illness?
From “Human cloning license for ‘Dolly’ scientist stirs religious concerns
,” by Celeste Kennel-Shank and Robert Nowell, Religious News Service Daily Digest
, February 9, 2005. For more information, contact Richard Sherlock
, professor, Utah State University Department of Languages, Philosophy and Speech Communication, 435-797-1244.