Thursday, November 24, 2005

Cloning ethics

Finally, a real ethical issue about human cloning: the supply of human eggs.
South Korean cloning pioneer Hwang Woo-suk publicly apologized Thursday for ethics lapses, admitting two female scientists in his lab donated their own eggs for research, in a setback for the work that has raised worldwide hopes it could help find cures for untreatable diseases. ...

Under commonly observed international guidelines, scientists are advised to be cautious when using human subjects for research who are in a dependent relationship with them -- a precaution against exploitation.
All the nonsense about 3-day-old blastocysts being full human persons with a right to life has distracted from the real issue: how to prevent women from being exploited for their eggs, given that cloning at present is a highly inefficient process that requires hundreds of eggs - which can only be obtained by a painful, invasive procedure, to get a single successful cloned embryo.


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