Germany and France lead calls for global human cloning ban
This article was originally published in Clinica
Last week, the foreign ministers of Germany and France met to consider ways of promoting a worldwide ban on human cloning, through the United Nations. It is the latest evidence of growing consensus on the issue. Such legislation, it is thought, would go a long way to quelling the fears of those who believe that embryonic stem cell research raises the risks of human cloning taking place in unregulated countries.