Bioethics News

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Hwang Woo-suk Makes Britain’s First Cloned Dog

London, England | 4/10/14 7:21 PM

Like a bad penny, disgraced South Korean cloning researcher Hwang Woo-suk is always popping up in the headlines somewhere around the world.

Scientists Destroy Embryos for Cloning Process Similar to Dolly the Sheep

Washington, DC | 3/28/14 11:09 AM

Adult Stem Cells Help Young Woman Conquer Lupus

Washington, DC | 3/20/14 11:58 AM

Mad Scientists Push Self-Breeding and Polyamorous Genetic-Related Babies

Washington, DC | 3/11/14 5:23 PM

The bioethics movement grows ever more radical. In the reproductive field, many activists promote a near-absolute right to have a baby, the kind of baby we want, via any means we desire.

Tinkering With Frankenstein: Obama Admin Considers Three-Parent Embryos

Washington, DC | 3/7/14 1:54 PM

Some things are better left untried. Like trying to create children with three genetic parents. I’ll explain …

Barcoding Human Embryos: What Message is Sent When You Begin Life as a Number?

Washington, DC | 3/4/14 2:09 PM

Oklahoma House Votes to Ban Research Destroying Human Embryos

Oklahoma City, OK | 3/3/14 10:33 AM

FDA Considers Allowing Genetically Modified Children

Washington, DC | 2/27/14 1:14 PM

FDA Appears Set to Approve Creating Human Embryos With Three Parents

Washington, DC | 2/21/14 2:17 PM

An experimental technique for creating embryos with three biological parents appears to be moving toward an okay from the FDA.

Urgent: Tell the FDA to Prohibit Three-Parent Embryo Technique

Washington, DC | 2/17/14 10:53 AM

On February 25th and 26th, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will be having a meeting to discuss allowing the technique that creates embryos with three genetic parents to proceed to clinical trials.

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