LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)--Both therapeutic and reproductive cloning involve the taking of a human life and should be banned, R. Albert Mohler Jr. said on a television panel recently.
WASHINGTON (BP)--Supporters of a comprehensive ban on human cloning have received some encouraging news from an unexpected source.
WASHINGTON (BP)--A coalition of more than a dozen pro-life organizations says the so-called "therapeutic cloning" proposal supported by Utah Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch is frighteningly similar to genetic "research" conducted by the Nazis during World War II, CNSNews.com reported.
WASHINGTON (BP)--U.S. Senate supporters of cloning for research purposes proposed another bill April 30 in their effort to thwart a comprehensive ban on cloning and, in the process, gained the endorsement of a Republican who has a reputation for being pro-life.
WASHINGTON (BP)--President Bush pressed the U.S. Senate April 10 to approve a comprehensive prohibition on human cloning, even as supporters of such a ban expressed hopes momentum had swung their way.
LONDON (BP)--British scientists received permission Feb. 27 to clone human embryos after a government committee judged that copying human cells could lead to the development of treatments for disease, CNSNews.com reported.
WASHINGTON (BP)--While Congress continues to debate the costs and benefits of a ban on human cloning, some states are forging ahead with their own laws banning or restricting the practice.
WASHINGTON (BP)--Supporters of a comprehensive ban on human cloning received a major boost to their efforts recently when a Democrat woman in the U.S. Senate joined their ranks.
WASHINGTON (BP)--A scientific research society's new report on human cloning is "disastrous," a Southern Baptist bioethicist says.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--While U.S. armed forces continue to rout out the remaining vestiges of the Taliban in Afghanistan, some American news reporters are fingering an alleged new "Taliban" in America -- those who have religious and moral concerns on bioethics issues, Richard Land said Jan. 19.