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Author Healey, Justin.

Title Cloning / editor: Justin Healey
Published Balmain, N.S.W. : Spinney Press, 1999


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Description 44 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
Series Issues in society ; v. 108
Issues in society (Balmain, N.S.W.) ; v. 108
Contents Chapter 1. Latest Developments in Cloning: What is cloning?; Types of cloning; History of cloning; Hello Dolly; Cloned super sheep on the way; Pharming until the clones come home; The story so far ... #6 cloning; Japan pushes cloning to marketplace; Team of doctors ready to clone human; How to clone a human; Possible uses of human cloning; Playing God; The cloning of human beings; Federal government against human cloning. -- Chapter 2. Human Cloning - Rights & Wrongs: Double take; Human cloning - Should it be done? What would it mean?; Superhumans a super social headache, says hawking; Superhumans a super headache?; Caution, not panic, on cloning; Clone alone; Fighting disease more than genetics; Religious views on cloning; To clone or not? - the healthier side of the argument; Twenty-one arguments against human cloning - and their responses; The benefits of human cloning; Cloning around; There's no humanity in making replicas for spare parts; Cloners consider our wants and needs; Unravelling the mystery of human nature; The future of cloning
Summary Looks at the latest developments in animal cloning; the likelihood of human cloning and the associated ethical, medical, legal and scientific issues as well as the major arguments for and against it
Analysis Australia overseas comparisons
Federal issue
Genetic engineering
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 42) and index
Audience Secondary and tertiary students and teachers
Subject Cloning.
Cloning -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Human cloning.
Author Healey, Justin.
ISBN 187681117X