& Breast Cancer
Other Sites About Cloning
And Embryonic Stem Cell Research
"is a national coalition of researchers, health
care professionals, bioethicists, legal professionals,
and others dedicated to the promotion of scientific research
and health care which does no harm to human life. Do No
Harm bases its activities on the principles set forth
Human Embryos and Stem Cell Research: An Appeal for Legally
and Ethically Responsible Science and Public Policy,"
prepared by The Center
for Bioethics and Human Dignity.
This site discusses the ethics of embryonic stem cell
research and adult stem cell research. It examines the
claims of stem cell research and reports the applications
of adult stem cell research.
"The Secretariat conducts ongoing information and
education efforts, within the Church and in the public
square, to deepen respect for the sanctity of human life.
It encourages and enables pastoral efforts to address
the particular needs of women with problems related to
pregnancy, persons who are disabled, those who are elderly
and dying, men and women struggling to accept responsibility
for their power to generate human life, and all persons
who have been involved in any way in abortion. The Secretariat
also coordinates and advises public policy efforts concerning
children not yet born, and people who are disabled, elderly
"The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity exists
to help individuals and organizations address the pressing
bioethical challenges of our day, including managed care,
end-of-life treatment, genetic intervention, euthanasia
and suicide, and reproductive technologies.
This site has articles on the ethics of human cloning.
National Right to Life Committee is the leading right
to life organization in America. This site has current
information on the politics of cloning as well as authoritative
articles on cloning and stem cell research.
"The Americans to Ban Cloning (ABC) coalition is
a group of concerned Americans and U.S. based organizations
that promote a global ban on human cloning.
"Currently, ABC is working to pass U.S.
Senate Bill 1899, the Human Cloning Prohibition Act
of 2001. S. 1899 is a comprehensive cloning ban matching
the one passed in July by the U.S. House (H.R.
2505) which would outlaw both research and reproductive
This site has excellent articles on cloning issues, especially
common arguments made for so called therapeutic cloning.