Bush maintains hard line on human cloning
This article was originally published in Clinica
President Bush has urged the US Senate to approve a bill banning all forms of human cloning, even cloning for research purposes, arguing that there is no way to guarantee that cloned embryo would not eventually be placed in a woman's uterus and brought to term. Moreover, he said he fears that therapeutic cloning would create a massive national market for donated women's eggs, leading to "exploitation of women's bodies that we cannot and must not allow."
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