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How should the United States approach South Korean research on cloning human embryos to aid in stem cell research?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on February 13, 2004

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“From a scientific viewpoint, cell research can assist in terms of illnesses. But from a moral and religious standpoint, I’m opposed. Who’s to say which is better?”

“The U.S. should lower restrictions on human cloning for stem cell research. We’re in a position of falling behind, and it’s a good idea that could benefit a lot of people.”

“It’s useless because we can make humans the natural way. We don’t need to make any more through cloning.”

“I’m for stem cell research. Personally, I think it’s a great way to help people who’ve lost limbs or for people with disabilities.”


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