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Is cloning ethical?

Author: Vicki MikoMichael R FezatteLynn HarperLarry GoldsteinBruno LeoneAll authors
Publisher: [Farmington Hills, MI] : Greenhaven Press, ©2002.
Series: Opposing viewpoints live radio for television.; Opposing viewpoints series.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : Secondary (senior high) school   Visual material : English : 1st ed
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Speakers Dr. Larry Goldstein, UCSD Professor of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Bruno J. Leone, Professor of European Intellectual History, SDSU, Author/Lecturer on Cloning and Creationism vs. Evolution take on the issue of cloning in this stimulating debate. Can science be trusted to behave ethically? Is cloning inherently bad?
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Material Type: Secondary (senior high) school, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Vicki Miko; Michael R Fezatte; Lynn Harper; Larry Goldstein; Bruno Leone; East Coast West Coast Entertainment.; EONetwork Productions.; Greenhaven Press.
OCLC Number: 51506778
Credits: Camera, Lana Hale, David Stewart, Sam Kobliska.
Performer(s): Host: Lynn Harper.
Description: 1 videocassette (23 min., 45 sec.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: Opposing viewpoints live radio for television.; Opposing viewpoints series.
Responsibility: senior producer, Vicki Miko ; director, Michael R. Fezatte ; produced by East Coast West Coast Entertainment & EONetwork Productions.

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Speakers Dr. Larry Goldstein, UCSD Professor of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Bruno J. Leone, Professor of European Intellectual History, SDSU, Author/Lecturer on Cloning and Creationism vs. Evolution take on the issue of cloning in this stimulating debate. Can science be trusted to behave ethically? Is cloning inherently bad?

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The guest’s key points on cloning and ethics

by vickimiko (WorldCat user published 2017-08-19) Excellent Permalink

The views of the guests on this topic are exceptional. The guest’s key points: Once you let the genie out of the bottle you cannot put it back, it will only lead to the “slippery slope” of human reproductive cloning.  In contrast, we can restrict and control human reproductive...
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The guest’s key points on cloning and ethics

by vickimiko (WorldCat user published 2017-08-19) Excellent Permalink

The views of the guests on this topic are exceptional. The guest’s key points: Once you let the genie out of the bottle you cannot put it back, it will only lead to the “slippery slope” of human reproductive cloning.  In contrast, we can restrict and control human reproductive...
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