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Challenges of Emerging Technologies: Reproductive Cloning and Inheritable Genetic Modificationby Marcy DarnovskyMay 7th, 2004Presentation at "Gender and Justice in the Gene Age," New York, NY
Report by the President's Council on Bioethics: Reproduction and ResponsibilityGenetic CrossroadsApril 9th, 2004
CGS NEWSGenetic CrossroadsApril 9th, 2004
Breaking the policy deadlock on cloning and assisted reproduction by Richard HayesSan Francisco ChronicleApril 4th, 2004
Specter of Cloning May Prove a Mirageby Stephen S. HallThe New York TimesFebruary 17th, 2004
Cloning surprise sparks raging controversySingapore Straits TimesFebruary 14th, 2004
Debate Over Cloning in U.S. Remains Intenseby Denise GradyThe New York TimesFebruary 12th, 2004
Cloning and Germline Intervention: U.S. Perspectives Perspectives on Reproductive Technologies and Biomedicineby Marcy DarnovskyOctober 13th, 2003Presentation at "Within and Beyond Human Nature," Berlin, Germany
Of Sheep and Menby Koichiro MatsuuraThe Daily StarSeptember 16th, 2003
FEDERAL LEGISLATIONGenetic CrossroadsMay 9th, 2003
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